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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 hao1895030801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. jamw.rMwntwwafc mwnnmtmmmtmmmm , .. r7TTrmw rill till I rililM ItVTIiK - HJ '.CAN ,111 AMI CtllUULAIHjH 15, VbhY URGt. The Hmtfobd Republican OFFICIAL HAVE YOU PAID WE DO JOB WORK 3E5Tre:ry "JeS.txxL. VOL. VJ1. THE ORPHAN. nv JOIIS IIIWttY THOMAS. OMAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Tho Ronublloan. Pav ud and onoyenrln Advnnco and we will sond you Tho Louisville Wookly Commorolal ono yoar iroo. auusoriDO at onco. Will show how you THIS TAG stand with HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1895. replying politolyv thnt all consultato suffor unjustly for me." Then, after nil she was guilty. All tions of a legal f nature must tike Mrs Holmes my fond hoped, thatfomething would place in 'my office. turn tip to exonerate this womiu, in quickly replied in person She came into the office nnd closi.i the door, whom 1 hnd become strangely interested, were dashed to fragments. I turned tile key and gl tncing toward , grew sick at heart and turned about to the door leading irltoCatU'llo'.s the room, when she latd her asked If it was lodkod. I nsmrad her that it was locKbd securely frmi hand gently on my ntm: "Mr. McLean," site said, for the each side. Therevas som.'th'ag In first time calling my name, "Bernard her determined look, as vn.! as her has often nskoil me to tell you the extreme caution, thnt sujje ted that whole story and I have resolved to she had a mission of tnoie than ordiShe t'rew n chair heed his advice My father died four nary impottancc. year ago at Silver Cliff. Colo. My up close beside me and in lat'juage mother had preceded him two years lurdly audibly said: belorc, and I have somstimes wished "Mr. Mclean I lavc some business I came to involving several hundred thousand to have shared their fate. live with Aunt Amelia. lfor a while dollars in which .1 want to employ I lived happy, but one day she got a your service." i I protested nTyinabtlity' to .'manage letter from Silver CHIT over which she exhibited considerable emotion. I a case involving such an enormous was never allowed to know its consum. tents, but from that till this I have "It is simple enough," she said. been little worse that a servant in her "I will allow you to name your fe, house. It is quite as unaccountable and I resetve tbe privilege of editing to me as it may appear to you, but It nil that you may ever tell the world Is none the less true. B t why she in regard to the matter. Will you do attempt to disgrace me with thelt, is me the service?" stranger still." "I earn my daily bread by the law "I don't quite understand," I In- Mrs; Holmes. I am at your service." terrupted. "It will require you to spend sever"She put the broach in my casket al weeks in Colorado, but I will take herself, and I was not aware of its be- care of your Interests here while you ing there until that frightful discovare gone," evidentally meaning that ery, which is. doubtless still fresh on she would allow no one to supplant your memory." me with Ruth, "and give you a bril"If we but had evidence of this we liant reception on your return " could have you relieved of the charge." "Well, what is the nature of the "Itvidence is not lacking," she re service?" joined pettishly," as if her veraslty She looked about the roo u to make had been questioned, "BernardWhate-l- y sure that we were aloue and respon,-esaw her put it there." "Then shall we not proceed to de"I hold three hundred shares in velop this evidence?" the Dc Roso Silver Mine that I want "Not while I am under her root," to dispose of immediately. I will call she aid, after some hesitation, "I tomorrow with the necessary papers shall have to consult Bernard." and invest you with authority for the "Then you kno.v him?" work," and she hurried out of the of"Yes. he is one of my triofriemh " fice. "And the other two?" The privilege of naming my fee "Mollie Anderson nnd the duty of keeping mum, there "Ralph Costello." I suggested. must be something crooked about It. "I believe I may call him a friend." Costello's bit of history of Allie u "And may I ask where you have came fresh to ray mind. Allie's met him?" father and Mrs. Holmes' brother.Lcs-te- r "I sometimes call at Mrs. Whate-ly'- s Ragon, had died in a Colorado and it was there I met Mr. Cosalmshouse.and had been a mine spectello." The ulator. I began to understand. "And he knew that the jewel was De Rosa had been once abandoned as in your possesion before you knew n worked out mine. Mr. Ragon had probably owned three hundred shares it?" in the abandoned mine at the time of "Impossible." I remembered that the "May he not hwe heard it lrom his death. olTi-er d: NO. 32. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Highest of all in Leavening Power. PllOFKSHWNAL J- OAIW. J (Continued Ironi last veek.) A were hutlly arraigned nnd Ilcnnrd Wlmtely's sentence was revoked, A few mornings Inter ttie exonornted boy, with his widowed mother, came Into my office and deluged me with thanks for my I efforts to secure the boy' release. must confess that that poar simple woman clad In ina laded dress and tattered shawl, with her arms about her smiling boy, and in her uncouth lan DaVIB akins Powder &ZZZ33 AsBSOWTEsW PURE 0WKN3B0R0, KY. Will practice his pioleion in Davicsa nnd adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Offic, Bank ol t ommorce Building. mm I LAWYER, GLENN & WEDDING. HARTFORD, KY. (Offlee, ot.rAml.nen'iBssur.) W XX-'I'ILi- Jiik.N. tllrim, 4. U.K. Wvilillus;. At Floats nfL BEST FOR SHIRTS. TMt guage protesting her everlasting gratitude for my service, presented the happiest scene in my now long years of services at the bar. In the mean time Mrs. Holmes en tertnincd again, and to my very great surprise, I received a card. Mrs Holmes received me royally, in fact I was made chief guest. Mollie Anderson, the queen ol nil social gatherings of that neighborhood, was conspicuously absent, and I learned afterward that it was not a result of her unwilllngncssto be present. I was soon lost in the charms Ruth Holmes my hostess' eldest daughter, and congratulated myself on Mollie's absence, and, in fact, I wondered how the splendid beauty and gracious charms of Ruth could have escaped my attention on former occasions. My hostess could scarcely conceal her delight at the very exclusive attention I was giving her daughter. While Ruth wns engaged at the piano, I stepped out on the balcony and gazed out on the magnificent tesidences as they stretched out to the North and lav embalmed In the transcendent rays I was about to reof the full moon. turn when the moonlight stealing through a riff in the rich muslin curtains, revealed a female figure rectin lug carelessly on the polished rail of the balcony, appearatttly unconscious of my presence. , "Pardon my intrusion please, but I did not know this retreat was occu- by being plainly spoken of. persons of all times hive resorted to delicate signals for their transmission from one to another. And so the different codci of flirtations have sprung Into existence, nnd even the ttamp that pays the toll of written communications is made to say what the writer hesitations to say in words. SKNMKO A KISS. GEORGE W. LONG. 'LAWYERS, I I ' & IMS J Z '' Will prnctico their profession in nt. the courts of Oliio'nnd ndioininirrnnn. tics, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. PnoOTin k OAMOLS CO. CIKTI. Cmtptelo Ohio and Southwestern It. R. DCTWCCN We can imagine that a young woman might be inclined to send a kiss to a man for whom she had great affection, and yet be restrained by modesty from expressing her desire in plain language. Nor this code of stamps sign enables her to do so without having to write the words, for if she places the stamp diagonally in the upper right corner with its' long side ncross the corner, it signi-fie- 3 n kiss. If the stamp is placed in the manner approved by tho Post Office Department, which is the proper way for good appearance and convenience of cancellation, that Is top side up in the upjer right corner of the envelf ope, Inch from its edges, it signifi cs that letters are welcome on the score of business or friendship, or for nny other cause, without any special reference to affection. If the stamp is placed top side up and touching the upper""line of the envelope, but some distance from its right edge, conveys the information that the sender has confidence in the receiver. If the anxious lover is in doubt as to the real feelings of his love his uncertainty miy be set nt rest if she understands postige stimp flirtation and places her stimp top up in the extreme upper right corner of the envelope for this position signifies "true to you." The timid lover may take courage it he finds the stamp some distance from the right end of the envelope, with one of its long sides at the up t per edge, for this position means "don't be afraid." Again, if the bashful, hesitating lover fears to ask the nil important question, because he i9 uncertain as to tlie answer, he may safely cast ail uncertainty aside when the woman writes him a letter, the envelope ot which bears the stamp turned on its side, with its top toward the left and placed immediately in the upper right corner, for this position says one-hal-- tTana.es .Au. Smith, ATTOII Y fiT. IAW JIAKTFUIIII, HY. Will practice bis profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court ol Appeals. Special nttention given to Geo. W.Long.whose name Is prominently mentioned in connection with collections. Office ca'st sido of public the Republican nomination for State square. Treasurer, is a native of Kentucky, M. L. Hkavrin. SiiRLnY Taylor. having been born in Edmonson county in 1853. His immediate ancestors HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, were from North Carolina, Virginia and Tennessee, so that he is by. ancestry, birth, education and business inHARTFORD, KY. terests truly a Southern man and "Will practice thier profession in all thoroughly in accord with those prin- the Courts ol Ohio and adjoining ciples and policies which are for the counties, nnd in tbo Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to best interests of the South collections. Office, next door to Mr. Iong has been a consistent and Bank ol Hartford. active Republican since attaining his majority. Nominated for joint RepPerry Westerfield, resentative from Butler and Edtnon son counties he declined to tun, although the nomination was equivaBeaver Dam, Ky. He was for ten lent to an election. L0UISU5LLE MEMPHIS. ALSO Attorneys at Law rnoM CIHCIHHATI Do AND TO AND EVAtiSVIllE. . Ht fmretMM a Ticks tjonrii. east, south on west L'nltl yon have consulted Agra! of the Q, O. I eg S. W. R. R. t. b. i Attorney at Law. Gviffy Ss IMITKD TKAUfB, 1'OU.MAN JUlVrUT SLKKlttRS, Molll RN 1'Qt IFMI.NT. yv. ncnoi.s, GCN.M..X m ii, Ijl Kv. Lgvisvill. and" Ra-go- pied." ment and resumed her reverie. TASTELESS WARRANTED. PRICE OOcts, rarli OenHomooiWe poIiI last yoar, 000 bottles ot OmAR'H TASini.KH rim i, TONir ami baro iliii pw. In all toMftttihro ftiMiitrii4rtlm rtnm bunlnoiw. our ex In tiara lrKfcu if li b uulreraal a&U iTrwlliitiiWilu t bai un o rutruly. Xuura UcUea 1 1 Twur Tunic AiiNfY.CJUiR&CO. 18 JUST AO GOOD F0RADULT3. fui atia. Iixb., Not. 1C, 13S0. UtfScfcM Co.. St Ixmtn, M... )or, or nle by tt UUntim l Carets and kuilncit office Ulnlhcimmcduts vicinity of ihcWicQtOfScc. and my ftclhtlci lor stcurtnj; patents arc uniurpaurd Send model, tletrh or pbotograph of Inrentinn. with description andktatcrncniat loadvantitv claimed cnduI TrJe-Mrk- t obi tried, ami all patent for It 0I Jit UK rKrX My &rxochnrieiM tnntte for an opinion an to patentability! and my ft for prosecuting the application trill not bs vntlrtt tbr until the pnttnt it allotcttL "Invimmkv Guiur," containing full Information sent frc callous Conaldcrtd a fitrlctlj ConfldtntUI. All Commilnl FRANKLIN Ma r strt, Washington, i. II, A N N. H. HOUGH v. I'nrsou J, I., 1'nrnuii, J. L. Carson & Son, II Careful Estimates mnde on all Car pentering and Building. Terms reasonable. Hartford, Ky. n bonent opt n ion, write to SromntN V CO.,and have bnit nearly Of ty year1 wbo ipcrlence In tho patent btuinw. Oominunlca. A llnnilbonuof ln tlona strictly confidential formation oonoermns I'ntriita and bow to ob-tain tbem sent (rM Also a catalogue of mcchant leal and aclentlflobookaaont free. 1'atenit taken tbrouab Munn A Co. noelra rpdalnotlcDlntbalrntlllo Amerlrnn.and withtbut are brouabt widely betorstbo publicpaper, bls aplendid out mat to tlie inventor, luuodweeklr.elrtiantlyutnitratM babyfiul'ia laritest circulation of atir aclontiao work to tbo world. MJayear. fcaiuiU enpteafentftea. HulldinffHillllon.Tnnmlitr f4r0ayear Slnslo ropiei.M.f cents. livery nuinbor contains beau tlful pUtea, In colors, and bliotoorapbi of nw houses, with pla&a, unablinn lutldra to show tbo. Addrms latest deilfrns and secure contrarta alUNN & COHitw Voim, 301 IIuoaowAT. ! RcSeats.trade MARksJ ouri rviun i CAN OnTAIN A PATENT? S3 I answer fori iBUGKEYEAllil OINTMENT (CURES A SURE! NOTHING BUT PILES. and CERTAIN CURB known for 10 yonra no tno iBEST REMEDY for PILES. SOf.OllY AI.I. Jlltl'CHlIHTS. rinuiitrtieausiotT kid co.jST ten; She merely bowed an acknowledgeMiss Ragon, I believe, I persisted detriment, at the risk of nnnoying my hostess by my absence, to cultivate an acquaintance with this gitl in whom I had become strangely Inter ested. Her resentment of my search for the stolen jewel was soon overBernard?" come and she talked fieely. "NO they do not spank to was so absorbed in thought that "I I was not aware ol your presence un1 was about to compromise with til you addressed me." "You were piob.tbly thinking of Ralph again, by saying tint I had learned it from him, but remembermy friend, Costello," I suggested. "O, no. I vas reflecting on the ing my prolonged absence I bade ie good night and hastily returned to fate of the souls consigned to the last the parlor. The guests were leaving. world." "Quite calculated to excite pietv, I Invented n story to account for my Miss Kagan, but what could give rise absence, and joined them. The next to such solemn reflections here under morning I called upon Bernard and the echoe of the festive voices with- he confirmed Allie's story of the stolen property. in?" "But why did you not tell me of "I stole up here and looked and listened at the revelry, of which I am this when you were on trial?" forbidden, nnd reflected, how like the "Well. I was afraid the court would cruel fate of those souls In the lost discredit my story and then it would world beyond, where no sun, no moon, lead to an investigation and the broach rio stars, not even a flickering firefly would be found in Allie's possession, pierces the fold of that awful dark- and I preferred to go to prison rather ness, and yet- - could see, beyond a than to see her punished." deep nnd yawning abyss, the happy Again I reflected on the mysterious mingling of the white robod angels, diplomacy of the Matchmaker. She nnd hear the melodies charming of possessed a peculiar magnetism by vespers by the myriad tongues of the which she was able to exert an extraredeemed." ordinary influence over those with siI'or some moments I remained whom she came in contact. Her lent, resolving at whatever cost, to matrimonial nlliances, when onced attempt to right the wrong of this planned, seldom proved avortruc, and friendless and neglected orphan. It was whispered that site soniUimes "Miss Ragon, if it will not offend accepted large bulk check for service you, I beg the privilege of rendering rendered, and it was also said that you my service that you may require she accepted a compensation for frusn trating engagement of her own mak"You have undertaken, I believe, ing. But what policy could she have to prosecute me on a charge of the in her severe restrictions upon the Vine Street thelt?" conduct of her neice, especially in I quickly disclaimed nny Intention contriving to humiliate herwith theft? of the kind, and asked her for a soluwhich could not fail to reflect discredtion of the mysterious affair. it and shame upon her own family. "I must suffer the humiliation in And what motive could she have in silence," she said. You cannot help bestowing royal, social honors upon myself, an obscure young attorney, me." "Miss Ragan I believe yon are be- without wealth or reputation, investing cruelly wronged, for what pur- ing me with by her charming daugh-er- . After these reflections I resolved pose I cannot understand, but pray give me your confidence, it will be to court the favors of Mrs. Holmes, the pleasutc ol my life to do you the and the heart of Ruth and await deI prepared to abandon velopments. smallest service." my cherished hopes of winning Mls3 "You secured the release of Ber- Ragon, since our Interview had denard Whately?" veloped the well established claims of I answered;iu the affirmatlve.tremb-lin- g Pastello and Whately. , before thejroal to which I thought Several monthshad rolled by.Ualph she was leading me, but she only had grown more dignified and selfish, murmured, "poor boy, he was willing the result of his phenomlnal success at the bar. Bernard, by his honesty EXPELLED and fidelity, had risen rapidly in fapoUon every Land Impurity of vor with hi9 employers nnd held a yourblooit.byDr. l'lorco's Ooldea positions of trust and honor, with Medical Discov the Manufacture Co. Heand Costello ery, Tuen iDtsro'i a clear sUn and tt were still rivals for the hand of Allie " clujjstem. let- Ragon, with neither yet driven from ter, Allie could liardlj decide the field las, Boll, Carbuncles, Enlarged OUnds, n One wwlthy aud fapreference Tumors and Hnellliigs, and all Blood, Bkta, and Scalp Dlscftson, from a common blotch or mous, yet narrow and selfish, the eruption to the worst scrofula theto are perfectly and permanently cured by It. other noble, generous, selfsacrificlng Inbulldliig up needed fkh and strength of pale, puny, kcrofulous children, nothing con and ttue. equal It I had been a frequent and welcome Unlike tho ordinary spring medicines or sarsaparillas, tho " Discovery " works equally caller at the Ilohnea rcsidenceaud the well at all seasons. All the year round, and in all cases. It la miiiranW. as no other details ol the Vine Street theft, had blood medicine Is. If it ever falls to benefit or been, so far, kept out of the courts. euro, you have your money lxick. It's not I received a note from Mrs. Holmes only tho 6it blood purifier, but it's the cheapest. You pay only for the oootl you get Buy of rullabld dealers. With any others, requesting me to call at her house, something eUo that pays tbem better will that ae wanted to see me upon legal Erobably be urged as "jiurt as good." you. tnatUra. I defended my dignity by for them; but it can't be, for each-other- ." Al-l- years chairman of the Republican committee of Edmonson county, and has for twenty years attended mojt of the State and District conventions, always laboring'for the upholding of Republican principles. He was chair man of the Third District convention, nt Bowling Green, in 1884, nnd was the caucus nominee for chairman of the convention at Russellville which nominated Dr. Hunter in 1886, but was not voted for because the opposition moved, in committee, to make the temporary organization perma- E. D. OUFFY. attorneys SX.xtford. 3Zat-Acle- Will practice 111 all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Superior Court nnd Court of Appeals. Collections and all legal business attended to. Office 329 E. Market St. .t KlnerS. B. D. RINQO ;gaw, It. R. WEDDING IlARTFOnD, . Attorney at Law, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public Office, room 20, Hartford Houe. nent. Removing from the Third to the Fourth District In t8S7, he abated none of his zeal for Republican sues cess. In 1890 he was the nominee of his partyforComjressIn the Fourth District and made the best fight possible in the very short time interven ing between his nomination and the election. At the State Convention at Lexington 1891 he served as a member of tbe Committee on Resolutions. While Mr. Long has never sought office for himself, except De Rosa mine had been reopened, with splendid, success, about three years before, corresponding pretty well to the time of Mrs. Holmes the letter by which she was so much effected, and of which Allie had told me the night of our moonlight interview, and alter vhich she had dwarfed into insignificance in the Holmes family. Tlie wily matchmaker was probably prepnring to defraud her neice of n fortune of which the girl was Ignorant. This theory would account for her mysterious conduct toward her neice. She had known of the devotion to Allieof Ralph Costello nnd had invented the Vine Street episode to disgrace her, fearing her marriage to Ralph would result in an investigation that would end in Allie's possession of her father's pioperty. It, too, would account for her unsparing efforts to bring about an engagements between Ruth and myself, that she might tlie more securely trust me Mrs, with this mischievous job. Holmes brought with her an officer duly bright for the wotk and I was given full power of attorney and equipped with the necesstry pipers A couple of witnesses for the work. promised Mrs. Holmes that they woul appear at Silver Cliff the Colorado town in which the business must be transacted at the proper times. I prepare to start on the midnight W. H. BARNES iinmnriT uvi i fs m rl T7h practice his profe?eion in 11 tbo courfs of Ohio and ndintninir counties ana Court of Appeals. Bpeo- tal attention given to collections. Office over Carson & Co. TT r "ask me." TUB FATEl'Ut. WORD. w ILL A stamp placed diagonally In the upper right angel of the envelope, with its top next lo thecorner.speaks that most tender of all words, love. An encouraging position that opens the door of opportonity, nnd gives the receiver a gentle hint that his attention may meet with n favorable reception, is when the stamp is placed top up, touching the right edge of the envelope, n little way below the top. This position "I am lonely " Another encouraging position to a lover who is in doubt and eager to know if he may safely offer attentions, is when the stamp occupies a free po sition near the right end of the envel- ope, but away from all of its edges. This position indicates "I nm heart as an appli- free." cant for Collector, his time has been liberally given to the maintenance of Republican principles, and he has borne his share ot ' the expenses in keeping up the patty organization. With but little financial help he the Grayson Eagle.atLeitch field, in 1894, and edited it with such ability and aggressiveness that it is acknowledged to have beeu one ofthe most powerful agents in the overthrow of Democratic rule In Grayson county and a patent factor In wrestling the Fourth District from Democracy. With a knowledge that nothiug but the success of the party would bring compensation for the outlay.he sent out thousands of copies ofthe Eagle all over the Fourth District just before the election. The harvest has Justified the sowing. We close this sketch with the words of a leading Republican from Marion county published in Tub Harti'oru Rkbucucan: "As a presiding officer, over conventions, he is the most perfect sucHe presidcess I have ever known. ed over the District couventiion at Lebanon, which nominated John W. Lewis for Congress, and Lewis was He presided over the Apelected. pellate district convention at Leitch-fiel- d that nominated Judge Gufly, and he was elected. The fact he presided over nearly all the conventions held in his nrck of the woods attests his popularity with the Republicans. "Mr., Long is well qualified for the position and a better'selection could not be made from the whole State. Personally he is a very amiable man and one who wears well; you like George Long better eveiy time you meet him." Ilrlemler Ileciiiiirnl. Jo. B. ROGERS, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD. KY. Will practice his profession in tho uuuns ui umoBuu aujoining countiev. Careful attention giveu to all business entrusted to him, Office in Republican Building. J. - R. PIRTLE THIS RNDS MATTKRS. But, alas! for the one who receives a letter with an inverted stamp immediately in the upper right corner train. of the envelope, for the stamp in this (Continued next week.) position carriesthe information that the receiver is "turned down." It IIowTliltil We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- signifies "I am done with you." Then there Is n provoking ward for any case of Catarrh that canasister-to-yoposition, when the not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. stamp is placed immediately in the F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., O. We the undersigned, have upper right corner, with its top toknown P. I. Cheney for the last 15 ward tlie right. That position means simply friendship. years, nnd .believe him perfectly honThe position of greatest uncertainorably in all business transactions and financially nble to carry out any ty is when the stamp is placed at the right edge ot the envelope, some disobligation made by their firm. tance from the top, for it signifies Wnsr&TRUAX, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo.O. Wauu.no, KtNNAN& "doubt." It is n position that neither but Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Tole- - eiicouroges nor discourages, shows nclerr field. 0. tt To-led- DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Is prepared to do any and all kinds of Dental Operations. Prices most reasonable. Office over Bell's Drug Store. Williams & . Hall's Catnrrh Cure is taken An Ailtrrllsemeiil 111 Hie paper acting directly upon the nurlli Innoiitlio lence. blood nnd mucuous s r laces of the syttetu. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold llir llnrlluDl I'liolo Car. by nil Druggists. Testimonials free. A D. Taylor, the Beaver Dam 11 DENTIST. prepared to iltf all kinds o Dental work at reasonable prices. Offico over J. W. Ford & Co's Ts I Feed Store. 4- y I'llrtcilluii lljr fiiKlniteNlniiM".. response to an urgent reguest from a reader, who is seeking infor mation on the significance attached to the different positions in which postage stamps are affixed to enveN opes, I have made diligent inquiry on the subjuet, and been rewanled with success, says a writer in the New York Herald. I found that a code of pustage stamps flirtation had been Instituted in the closing year ol the last French Umpire It originated with a maid ol honor to Empress En. genie, in her correspondence with a captain In the Irench army. From Pads the code spretd over Europe and found its way to American. As many tender sentiments suffer la has located his Photo Car 'in Hartford and will make Pictures I Number 5 aud 75 have just been here every all day Issued by the American Protective Monday lit tlie Hartford Photo Car. Mr. Tariff League. No. 5, nineteen pages, Taylor will be found at his home entitled "Businoss Conditions" or gallery in Beaver Dam balance of the "The 1'irs.t Effects of Free Trade," time. We are glad to say he ranks comprises n careful review and comup with tlie ablest Photographers In pilation of statistics showing disasthe State. First class work guaran- trous results of a free trade administeed. tration. No 7. eight pages, entitled "When beauty comes he takes it; "Wages in the Uuited States," Is If there Is none he makes it." the translation of a paper by Mons. E. Leva.steur, lead at the Institute of InterAn ofl'ootlvo nd vortisomont France. andBoth documents oreto provaluable additions au nuolior, whioh will olt-- esting literature. Will be sent to is on hold 11 dlsablod businoss tection any address for two cents each. Adlrom drlltiOB on to tho rag-go- dress W F. Wakeman, Geu. Sec., roof of flnauolal lulluro. 135 West i St, New Yorkd - X7W. ID. IIautfohd, Kentucky, IjTTOES, and kM'ii Mk :j Will druw drafts from a nice, mat cozy cottage up to a fine tvto ttary f home. Will draw plans free charge Will make careful estiwaUs ou all kinds ol buildings, aud removMil al old bouecs. Motto "Liv let live." 111 W tjuw Mil jVI flUl( lb da UIV4 ti 4 il wi ui) MB 14 tV Ju(UU 10 Ot liMUH mm V j ity 4 m uti Ul 4w ItNUl JJU lx!VfY bcu tutti Ouqt uua I MM' unit jo HJVi. 4(UM au )UMOI' l4t4tW pOtf Bjo CM 0V1 ijy UtiMJ tiitU puwUJV I a uu jLtM tmta i mu lUpi4 uh 3H0HJ3131 QIU10313 ... r'TTl'I'TrCT 1 r W & r P 3 i I i 7 It which could hardly liavo been formation of the Government, or LEWIS FOR SENATOR, 'svorablo. 1 rstcrday it onded rather ever since the formation of in failuro which could hardly been runr.isiiED every fiuday mormimo moro complete Tho Lobanon Man ib in Fa- their unprofitable patty. High noon today, with the hand of the clock began with tho confidence of a "It MAM A. AMir.n.so.v ..Proprietor. Mn. Ed Uiti.i.i.voroN is tho possesvor of our Congrosa-man- . great majority of tho pcoplo of tho turned back, And they arc gone; so . JO. II. IIOIIKIIN ...... sor of an interesting relic in tho form United States. It ends with scarcely many of them from places which have Friday, March 8, 1895. of a sheet of "Tho Daily Citizen," n enough friends for long known them but will know them paper published in Vicksburg, Mis"It began with authority from n no more forever. Let us be thankI,t?nANON,KY.,Mnrch 4th, 1895. STATE SENATOR. acsissippi, on Thursday, July 2, 1803, mighty upheavnl of tho popular will. Wr arc authorized to announce It ends in repudiation by oven a II the Republicans control the next ful that they are barred by statute after the capturo of tho city by Gen. mightier upheavnl of popular disgust. Ieglslatute, a new responsibility will limitation. The countrycan at least Dr. A. D. Jambs, Grant. Tho paper used is nail pa "It began with tho Democratio come to them. Kentucky will be now be at rest free from the assaults Of Muhlenberg county, as a candidate for State Senator in the 8th Senatorial per. IJelow we givo two clippings party clovatcd to such an onnortuni- - called upon to send n Republican to from Democracy. Two years of full tv as it had unt had for orer thirty to the U S.Seuite District, subject to the action of the as tboy nppcarln the paper: moderate-priced- , and complete control of the Federal So high nn honRepublican party. 'Du Hit Tlinl flirt rrrnaf TTIvnnii years. It ends with tho Democratio or to be conferred, will naturally Government, the first since the Dee. the Yankeo Generalissimo. sur party involved In as diro a wreck as bring to the front several of our best mocracy fell from power as a conspirSubsorlbors Tako Notico. named Grant has expressed bis in- over bofell a Congress. acy to destroy the Government, endmen who will make an effort to se"It began with tbochanuo to roako Do you ono us any subscription? tention in dining in Vickburg on Sun- sure a lasting and glorious futuro for cure the prize. Unseemly scrambles ed to day. It didn't take the people day next, and celebrating tho lth of If so, please send or bring it to us. July by n grand dinner, and so forth. tho Democracy. It ends with tho De- are often had in state legislatures for long to correct their enor did it? mocracy deeper in tho morass of such positions and some times reWhat a humiliating spectacle the We need it. We bavo to pay cash When asked if ho would invite Gen. doubt, dissension, confusion and im. proach has been brought down on tue country to day presents. The presJohnson to join ho said, "No! for fear potencp than over beforo. for everything. In fact, it takes lots there will tie a row nt the tabic" ent generation of people, who have State and the party In power. Republi"Truly is the record which it leaves of money to run a nowspapcr. Wo Ulysses mutt get into tbo city beforo cans can and should avert any possi- never known Democratic assendency ho dines in it. The way to cook a one that shall pcrpetrato its namo ble danger of that kind, by making a before in the nation, neyer even are now, and havo been, sending rabbit is to "first catch tho rabbit," for all timo in tho annals which shall tell to future generations tho story of nomination, or give some good man dreamed that the mad assaults of somo statements to our subscribers. ctc., tho nation's ordeals and a party's their indorsements, when the State these Democratic theorists could batthen nt tho foot ot tho lost And Don't wait to rcccivo a statcmcnt,but misiortuncs. convention meets to nominate n State ter this Government, this people and "But thcro was neither leadership ticket. It is true, such a nomination, their welfare, as they have done. examine the label on your paper and column this: nor loyalty to tho platform. NOTE. Al or Indorsement, would not be binding Having learned by experience that no what you owo and send the though the platform pledged the reJULY 4tb, 18G3. on the Republican members of the Democrats are no more to be instrust-e- d Per "Two days bring about great peal of tho Sherman act it was only amount to us without delay. with full power now than they long months of desperate effort, Legislature but it would not hurt the the haps your account is small, but we changes. The banner of Gen. Union after floats over Yicksburg. Giant resulting in inca'culablo loss to the chances of a candidate to have it. It were in i860, that though their as13. have so many of these Branll accounts has "caught the rabbit;" hohas din- material interests of the country, that would, however, be as binding on the saults may assume other forms, yet ed in Vicksburg, and he did bring tho act was finally repealed and Legislators, as a nomination for Gov-enall Democracy, as constituted in Bo that they soon make big ones. then repeal would havo been impossihis dinner with him. The "Citizen is on the electors; neither of this country is a menace to our Govto it that you do not get a dun. IT'S INJURIOUS TO STOP SUDDRNLY ble except for the help cf the Republived to sea it. For the last time it which we understand is binding if ernment and our people's welfate, and don't be .mposcd upon by buying a Remember, v, hen you pay up for appears on "Wall Paper." No more licans. the people have hurled them from htcrucdy that requires you to do so; as it is "Again, when tho question of the men desire to disregard them. will it eulogize the luxury of mule The Republican and ono year in nothing more tlian a substitute. In tliesu''-de- n I have been nt pains to feel the power and under the tongue ot evil kitten urge tariff was taken up, instead of observmeat and fricasscd stoppage of tobacco you must have soaie of Republican you will receive the New Southern warriors to such diet nevering the pledges ot the platform and pulse sentiment report they go froth to day from our stimulant and in most all cases, the efltct more. This ii tho last Louis-Till- o throughout the whole State and strong legislative halls the worst dlscrdeted proposing a square tariflifor-revcnu- e York Weekly Tribune or the of the stimulant, be it opium, morphine or Citizen, and is, excepting this note, bill, the patch, work nf compromises and healthy circulation in favor of party that every teceived power from other opiates, leaves a far woise habit eon Weekly Commercial ono year from the type a we found them. It and makeshifts, and came out with a tractcu Hon. John W. Lewis is manliest on the people; and the fisherman of buzAsk jour druggist - spawned, Trust begotten every hand. about BACOCURO. Freo. "By all means, if you owe us will be valuablo hereafter as a curios- Senate It is zards bay will bide his time, if not mongrel, which was finally passed afity." purely vegetable. You do In our own district there is a feel- with patience, until the great Amerion subscription, pay up. ter nearly a year of haggling aud not have to stop using tob?c huckstenne. durins which tho busi ing of reluctance about giving him can people can turn their answer as o tiMi BACO-CURIt wilt CRAZY ON SCHOOLS. Good Reading Free. C. J. to him. ness of the country was at n standstill up before his term in the House exYour sys when to stop and your desire lor tobacco will cease. would seem that Providence tem will be ns free from nicotine as the day before you took your first chew Besides giving our patrons one of teaches not only by positive but by of suspense and the people were pires, based upon th: mistaken idea The Honl Hart orHlupldlly. or smoke. An iron-claaching in every bone and sinew to that his elevation to the Senate would written guaratee to absolutely cute the tobacco in the State, we have negative examples. the best papers Now and then a get at the men who so betrayed their The Harford Herald of February habit in all its forms, or money relunded. Price $1 00 per box or 3 boxes create a vacancy to be fitted by specFor sale by all druggist (30 days treatment and guaranteed cute,) for $ 1 50 made arrangements by which we will great speaker or writer or statesman is interests, violated authority and ial election. Such, however, is not 20th., says: SEND "If Mr. Rufus N. Ramsey, the Re- or wilt be sent by mail upon receipt of price.proofs Irec. SIX TWO CENT send either one of the following pa- raised up as a positiVo example of what pledge aud made puppets of national the case. and publican State Treasurer of Illinois, STAPS FOR SAMPLE BOX Booklets tbo orator, the writer and tho states welfare and party iutegrity." pers together with Tub Republican Eureka Chenflcal & MTg Co , La Cross, Wis. Should Mr. Lewis be chosen SenaLet every Republican off by an untimely preserve had not been cut should be. And again in order tor his term as such would not com- death he might have accomplished for the price named. Remember when man Office ol TIIK PIONERR FRKSS COPMANY. C. V Hoknick, Supt. Caurier-Jour- to portray the shoals on which all these utterances of the mence until March 4th 1S97 the time St Paul, Minn , Sept 7, 1894. you pay up for The Republican and 189G that paper will advowas he only stole something. As it sro likely to go to pieces, a negative ml, ior in Eureka Chemical and MTg Co., La Cross, Wis his term in the House expires; and $363.539-S2- . one year in advance you are entitled He began by stealing election of another Demo Dear sirs. I have been a tobacco fiend lor many years, anil during example is reared up showing what cate the it would then be a graceful thing to $25,000 just ten days niter he was in- the past two ears have smoked fifteen to twenty cigars regulatly every day. to one of these papers at the price these workers should not be. cratic Congress. Tho promote him A very large nropor-tio- n 0 t m ducted into office. Being a modest My whole nervous s) stem became nflccted, until my physicians told me I named: of the Senate victim chosen for this public exhibi nre men of tobacco for the time being, at least. I tried the The April number of Toiletts, man and unable to take any with must give up the use New York Weekly Tribune . . $1.25 tion tor the benent ot our common which is appropriately designated as sent there ironi the House. "Keeley Cure," various other remedies, but without him to the country to which he was success, until I accidentally learned of your "Baco Curo " Three weeks ago Louisville Weekly Commercial . 1.35 humanity is usually one whose abil- its Easter issue, comes to us replete The fact that Mr. Lewis witl serve ay starting, he contented himself with I commenced using jour preparation, and to day I consider myself Home and Farm 1.25 ities in his chosen field bave nover with all the latest and best Paristn his full time in the House, in any taking $10,000 the day he was taken completely cured, I am in perfect health, and the horrible craving for tobacCourier-JournWeekly 1.75 lifted him above, even ordinary meevent, should besufficentto meet any styles. It maintains its has "complelely left me. fatally ill. He was In office less than co, which eer inveterate smoker fully appreciates, "Baco-Cui.'so simply wondetful.nnd can fully recommend it. diocrity, and who is cursed with nn reputation for being not only the supposed objection to his candidacy two years. Whhat a pity he did not I consider your C W Hoknick Yours ery truly, Cosmopolitan Magazine 2.25 ambition to become famous for the Senate by any Republican in in a day. cheapest of standard fashion magalive long enough to make a record." Commercial Appall 1.30 the Fourth district. For the purposes of his perfecting in zines, but also most varied as to styles, As a master of fact Mr Ramsey was Address all orders to THE ST. LOUIS As I have before state! if this hontho new sphere of proving n blessing, and most useful in every way to peoa Democrat. He was the first Demor of being a U. S Semtor is to be ocratic Treasurer the State of IlliThe Republican, ot their ple about to do dressmaking at their to his fellow man by reason Hartford, Ky. homes. A specialty this month is thrust upon some Kentucky RepublU nois has elected in thirty years. Such desire to be unlike him, he goes can, all men will certainly agree Jjf their eflorts to bring the viola- crazy and while in this condition writes made of bridal toiletts, and they may pervision of the truth in ordinary Eight pages each Tuesday and Ftiday, be classed as the most exquisite that one who assisted in the largest cases is inexcusable. Sixteen pages every week, only tors of the Prohibition Law to justice, an article for the press in which he specimens ot the designer's art. No measure in making it possible (or ReThe Herald man. however, has one tho Grand Jury will have the undiA YEAR, ONE DOHA undertakes to reform some- - long es- end of other interesting items go to publicans in Kentucky to elect a U. thing in his favor that greatly exvided support of tho good people of tablished and worthy custom of soto of make up the balance of the book, S. Senator should have that honor. tenuates his utterignorance. He was is, beyond all comparison, the big the town and county. ciety, or attacks with venom and chief among which we note children's The Senate, as said, is in line of proeffect produced by gest, best and cheapest national news laboring under the tomfoolery some portion of the body and misses' styles, coiffures, fans and motion, and some member of the Any one sending in a ubscriptio and family Journal published ia b ten dollar bill, as will be seen elseThe Democratic a. Democratic district should The other attractive designs. To be had politic, or ot tho Government. to this paper for one year, accorapan-e- d America. where in these columns. adjourned Monday and amid all victim by $1 as , the regular price of Tin is urged on in his mnd career of all book and newsdealer, price 20 be chosen. Why a member from a STRICTLY REPUBLICAN The Herald as a general thing adthe gloom and distress and business Democratic district? Because a Re RurunucAN, will be sent free of of would-breformation or icono-clas- cents. heres strictly to the truth, except un- dopression, the people rejoice at the publican who can carry a Democratic in politics, it gives all the news and charge for one year a copy of The by the maddening desire to der extraordinary occasions like the death of a body, as useless an ornaJudge John for several Weekly Commercial a read his own name in printer's ink, years county H. Morton, Muhlenburg district is certainly entitled to the one here mentioned. Under all the gives it at least three days earlier Louisville judge ol ment as that body has been. prominence and reward which such than it can be had from any of the large 64.coIumn paper, filled with and when he has spun his little county, and a prominent lawyer, died circumrtances wewill excuse you this an act brings with it; especially if his Metropolitan Weeklies more news than any other metropolitime, Mr. Herald, but you must not Miss Anna Gould, a daughter ot say fine enough to suit his cracked suddenly at his home in Greenville ability be of that order which entiretan weekly. IT IS INDISPENSABLE brain and imagines bis fame estab- Monday morning. Hardlnsburg Leader. do so again. the late Jay Gould, has begun tho ly justifies it. Absolutely correct market reports. lished, he has succeeded in ronvinc-- i ltenoliilron ol ltupccl. work of scattering her father's accumto the farmer, merchantor professionThe state having been prepared for A Jferlledllreoainllloii. You can get a Irec sample copy of RosiitE, Ky , Feb. 28, 1895. coosum-mat- e al man, who desires to keepproiaptly ulated millions by marrying a young ing the world that he is a Miss N. May Friend, of Jeflerson-villc.noThe Weekly Commercial by sending Whereas, Our Creator in His su- the election of a U. S. Senator by fool. A shining example of has French Count, whose pocket-booa teacher of stenography in and thoroughly posted, but has men who have labored hard in that your Mame to that paper. preme wisdom has seen fit to call felt the proverbial elephant's tread. this species after going thoroughly preparation, would it bejustforan Beaver Dam, Ky., Normal school, the time to read a large Daily Paper. from the field of toil and struggle and in Write for free sample copies to When will rich American girls have deranged, wrote an article to the outside man, as it were, who has nev- has been awarded a di plomn by the GLOBE PRINTING CO., which was published from our Sabbath School to the land er even captured an out post to be Board of Lady Managerol the World's any sense, anyhow? of rest our friend and brother, Rev. J. St. Louis, M. in last Saturday's issue of that paper in procession of the very cita Columbian Commission for imporW. Taylor, who departed this life on placed The Fleming County Grand Jury under the name of "Sara True." del of political preferment? We think tant assistance in producing and per- By special contract, we are enabled the night of the twelth of February, at its recent sitting had on its indictnot. Upon the lines herein laid fectingan exhibit which received an to ofTer The St. Louis With unexcelled venom and ha aged 66 years and There14 days. Y7 W AXIA4 A1 lu A Ia1 Hllllfl M ing clothes and returned indictments tred the maniac attacks the Common down Hon. John W. Lewis is entitled twice every week, in connection fore be it resolved against thirty-twphysicians for failThe assistance rendered was while with The Hartford RnruiucAN for to be the first Senator from Kentucky. School system and its officers and in 1. That we have lost a true friend ure to report births and deaths, ind nearly two columns pours torth a There has been n6 political feat she was teaching her first school in only $1 50 a year, provided you sub- Address orders to Tnx RXTUSMCAM, to the Church and Sabbath School, an against forty-foturn pike directors stream of rot, which will do the world influential, uobleand like it in modern times his redeem- ScQtt county, Jnd. The World's Fair scribe before April I, 1895 This Hartford, Ky. Christian working the Fourth district. We have Association requested the sixty-twfor failing to file annual statements of good by way of furnishing an example is good for our old subscribers who er, who wasfaithful to every trust, dilconntyandthe schools pay up nnd $1 the condition of their roads. of what writers should not be. Sara igent to every rightful cause and who seen the names ot men mentioned in teachers of the 50 for one year in adconnection with the Senatorshlp.who to prepare some work to show what vance. Considering the character ( True will not destroy the school sys- showed by every act that his desire The Hon. Proctor Knott follows live in districts not nearly so Demo- was being donein the school room, and the two papers the greatest of naondensed News, up his, sensational letter to Senator tem, but she will succeed in shaming was to love God with all of his heart cratic as the Fourth was. Why did for each teacher to prepare a thesis of tional Journals, and the BEST f RIackburn with a communication to a set of writers of her ilkaud of which and his neighbor as himself. not they try their hands on their how to conduct the work. Miss your home papers this oflcr his Stories, 2. That our Sabbath School has uncanny set sho seems to bo the tho Cburier-Jounw- ?, in which ho inown districts? We think it would now Friend had her pupils do various never been equalled Do not delay Miscellany, The sustained the loss of a kind and af come with bad grace for such to queen, out of oountenance. sists that the Democratic party is thrust works, such as the drawing of maps, but send in your subscription at onoe Women's fectionate brother, whose death has Department, pledged to Free Coinage. AH these Kentucky school system is not peror permit themselves to be thrust, for- outlines of geography, history, pars- to This Rei'ubucan, Children's Department, of course, but it does not de- created a vacancy which lies not in ward for the capital prize against ing and diagraming of grammar, etc. things poiut to a lively time in the fect, Harttord, iy the power of this world to fill. Agricultural Department, men who have won so much for the whileshe wrote a paper on "How to Democratic State Convention on serve tbo wholesale condemnation 3. That we have lost one who was ny your no nt once Why not ilo which Sara True heaps upon it. Conducts School Work." Her work party in the State. Juno 25. Political Department, ever ready to do the j Of all men in the State we think went in with that ol sixty others of iibsrrlntlon. It is but fair to give Sara credit for that his wife has lost aMaster's will kind husband, m Answer to Correspondents, im county She is naturally proud The Louisvfllo Sunday Grille, a advocating compulsory education, his children an affectionate father and the Republicans of Kentucky owe Scott Williams & Bell Hartford, Ky. sell leading Democratic paper, in a long which alone will reach tho good ends the community has lost an upright this position to Mr. Lewis. He is a of the honor conferred on her by the "Poiuroys Vermlluge" the great rem- tuitonais, commission, as provided by an act of of high standing at the KenEverything, and somewhat sensational editorial, sought by our educatots and for con- and energetic man, whose moral and lawyer edy for children and guaranteed every Congress, providing for the honoraWILL BF. FOUND IN THK sounds this warning to over zealous demning the fact that tho teachers religious influence will be greatly tucky bar. A gentleman of accombottle, remember it always saves the plished education, an orator, whose ble mention of those rendering such Qoarier-Journ- &l bave been delayed in receiving their missed. members of the Democratic party: reasoning is as strong as his thoughts service. The diploma reads: "This children" and cost only 2 sets per "Kentu cky needs and must have pay by the State's bankruptcy. Bui A ten page, bottle. 4. That we believe the character of Democratic solid men, brainy men, of real sub sho should havo laid the blame where the life he led insures for him a home and language are eloquent, and their diploma of honorable mention, Is Newspaper. HRNRYWAT- delivery pleasing and attractive. He conferred upon Miss N. May Friend, stance and worth at tho helm. The it belongs nt the door of Kentucky's with the heavenly throng. May God would be an honor to the TF.RSON. Editor. Republicans threaten to givo us a State and because of her skill as a teacher, in race in tho Gubernatorial contest. Democratio mismanagement of Stato help us to strive to follow hlra, as he the pride of his party. This is not assisting the perfection of the exhibit PRICE, $i oo A YRAR. Globe-DemocrThis cranky Sara opposes followed Christ. Yes, he is dead, yet extravagant rhetoric In the person of Col. W. O. Bradley affairs. but a true pen of Scott county schools, which was The Weekly Courier-Journmakes in the hearts of those who had learnthey will put forward an eloquent, grading tho schools, the introduction Sunday Com(semi-weekly- ) very liberal terms to agents. Sample picture of the man who by his arduous awarded a medal." attractive, courageous gentleman, of improved text books and in fact ed to love him for his purity, there and unaided work coupled with his mercial. copies of the paper nnd Premium Supwhoso head is full ot facts and fig- she opposes everything thnt is pro- will ever be sweet memory. splendid oratory redeemed the old plement sent free to any address. ures, and whoso tonguo makes music 5. That to the bereaved family and rankerously Democratic Fourth dis Itrtnlnllena, gressive, and tho County Superin like unto running water. Don't be Write to Courikr.Jouhnai.Co., friends we extend our heartfelt sym- trict, of Duluth and "howdy do hell" Of resect of Joe Kills Lodge, No. deceived by tho slighting remarks tendent comes in for a lion's share of Louisville, Ky. pathy. Dear Sister Taj lor, look not fame. Persons who know him and 473, F. & A. M. of his enemies. Col. Bradley is a bcr vituporativo abuse. Here are The Hartford RnrunucAN and the to the lonely grave for Brother Tay- have heard him well recognize Wherns, it has pleased God in Ills fine typo of tho Kentuckiau, and her closing sentences: its cor"But this is Weekly Courler-Journwill be seat when ho tako tho stump ho will rattlo the infinite wisdom to remove from our lor for he is at rest on the bosom ot rectness. best you can do under the prestho diy bones of tho Democracy until to any address for $1.75. Address God and the time will not be long till midst our brother C. D. Field, on The very fact that he has accoment system, for it is a delusion and a we shall meet to part no wo will bo sick ot tho sound." Tub RitruBMCAN, Hartford, Ky. more. plished so much by a campaign, the March 1st, 1895: Editor O'Sullivan can read and snare a literal 'fako' in spite of 6. That a copy of these resolutions Resolved, That in the death of Bro, which the trustees wor- be spread on thb minutes of our Sab- like of which, was heretofore wholly Field the church loses a faithful sergrading, Wanted, understand the sigus of tho timos. All persons indebted to the estate unknown in the district, is enough ship, because it sounds so much like bath School, one be sent to each of vant, society a staunch citizen, the of lohn C. Townseml. deceased, are' Everybody to know that Groves Tonic to The Cincinnati Inquirer, one of the graduating, Thoy say there'll be the county pipers and one to the be- of it self to make hint a central fig- fraternity a pillar, and the family a requested to call on me ai once, .t ', Tastless Chill ., , is guaranteed .., t ,., ui . , ure in Kentucky politics and when uiiiiis uuu icvcr, iu;nppc uau leading Democratio papers published grades in Heaven, but not grading, reaved family as a token that we my office In Hartford and settle same we combine with that his past labors loving father and companion, Colds & c , or your money will be RES01.VRD, That we tender the be in the Mississippi Valley, in speaking I'm suro, for they'll bo no Superin- hold our lost friend's memory sacred, for the party,through many,years,and and save cost. refunded in every instance. Sold by tendents, nor trustees, nor instructors These resolutions were adopted on reaved family our sympthy and of President Cleveland makes tbo fol This February 14, 1895. his eminent fitness, filled all the reWilliam & Bell, Hartford Ky. to introduce it, and you won't lose the 24th by our Sabbath School. them to cultivate his virtues. S R Wkddino. Administrator. lowing suggestive remarks: J quirements, for the place.lt does seem They tell me n solemn story, Riuolvkd, That a copy of these "At tho end of two years Mr.CIeve-lan- d heaven if you don't follow the systhat he is entitled to lead In the Sen 1111 1 it is not saa to me; resolutions be spread on the minutes The has broken bis party in two on tem, for tho Great Master of us all atorial, race as it is evident he is doFor in its sweet unfolding, (amy the silver question, and wo teaches this same lesson of lovo and showed no baking powder My Savior's love I sec. ing through the State, and his own of the Lodge, a copy sent to the sco tho Southern and Western mem. ity and another to the county papers one oivks unum. so pure or so great In F.LHR Thomas, 1 peace from tho same grand book of old Fourth should give him every bers consulting as to tho best method for publication. Emma Allen, Com, enlng power as the Royal. county in it, Truth, yesterday, and forevof forcing the Democratio party back Itiibbor Ntiuupa, J Ida Allen, Rbsolvrd, That the Lodge wear And so it is now, the Congress to its platform on bimetallism, or er." But if Saru Truo ever had any If you want a Rubber Stamp from a the usual badge ol mourning for thirty A llmiioron Fuel making its success hopeless. Any of Hip teaching of tho Great Master which expl res by lapse of time, single name up to a large size busidays, About Hood's Sarsaparilla it exNational Democratio convention she has departed from the path. with a Democratic majority of eighty ness Stamp, call on or write to Galen Done by order of Joe Ellis Lodge which docs not brand him as a also pels bad humor and creates good hu- in C. Westcrfleld Manufacturer ot Rubthe House extends the privileges, No. 473. P-- & A. M. leader, and which does not condemn THE RECENT CONGRESS. mor. A battle for blood is what ber Stamps, Hartford, Ky. of the crowning infamy of the McKin- the gold trust, and bis sei vice to J. D. Houirook, 1 Is diszustod The Courier-JournHood's Sarsaparilla vigorously fights, ley bill, to the end of, what an old nominate a known and tried friend of with tho C. P. Jonbs, Com. recent Democratio Congress and it is always victorious in cxpells friend of mine Insisted on calling the J bimetallism, will land the DemocratG. W. Jnwiai,, Tho best lnsuranoo polioy ing foul taints and giving the vital fisical year, and gives vent to its pent up feelings ic party where tho Whig party landJune 30th 1895. It Is against businoss failuro Is an ed in 1852, when it commanded tho in an editorial of somo length In fluid the quality and quantity of per- right, that bounty should be paid Mr. Z. 0. King is nearlng the close twenty-fiv- e oilbotivo Advortisomont. electorial votes of but four States. "JJ Tuesday's issuo Tho editoral is en- fect health, It cures scrofula, salt, but the question is" what made the of an unusually successful term, In Perhaps no party in the history of titled, "A Black Chapter Ended" rheum, bolls and other blood diseases. Democrats think so? District 29, Oldham county. ' Z. HOT10K. tho Government has been so hopo- - Wo quote as follows: I wtjrr Tirr nan and woman la Ik TTnltad They are a delightful set, always O. K.." is so constituted that any Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptItatai InlamUd In ta Opium aid Wklik lessly demoralized as tho Democratio hiM Hate yen rcucwea your ubicrlji. aaklta wAddraiaoaa tit bit bo.k on tb.ia UU' "Two years ago the lifo of tho Fif. ly and efficiently on the bowels and on both sides of every question, at business that he touches is pushed. 11, It, VToellij, Atlanta, Oft. Sum. ' Ua far aa will b laaljeatraa, Congresj began under condl-- i liver 25c, Southern School. party is at this time, some time or other, ever since the .raoro . Hartford Republican Tub Republican Hlnto Convention has been called to meet in Lontsvlllo on Wednesday, Moy 29. I tionB IN YOUR MIND Fius up-to-dat- And when you want Furniture, come and look around and get quainted. Our stock is full of good things, not expensive but yet stylish and wo will IF YOU aro a judge of Furniture, all the moro likely make a customer of you. TttY us once anyway, if only A little for a 25c. kitchen chair. sometimes marks the beginning of an extended friendship and large sales. WE fill mail orders promptly and the same as if you were here. S. WOLF, 112 W. Main, Owensboro. co wall-pap- er . STOP DON'T TOBACCO lr notilyu y .... to-d- well-know- n Clobe-Democr- (semi-weekly- .) ... ro lobe "Qemograt THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY COMMERCIAL readers paper tree ihie m Can-gres- 3 e m w k at Send yoar money and Courier-Journa- l, GET TWO PAPERS Globe-Democr- o FOR THE PRICE OP ONE. ur er o BEST Weekly eight-colum- n The Kepublion and St Louis at for $1.50 per year, for subscribers who pay up and ono year in advance. Notice! im-plo- ie World's Fair Tests lew R I P A N S to-d- ay al V you Remember get the Now York Tribune and Tiie Hbpublioan both conts, for ono year, for ono dollar and ty-th- ird 1T x .J ttr7r;izz'?zizzzizr& hiiiij ife m."it'.1 King attended chuicli at Shinkle Chapel Sunday. Mr. Wm. Millcrnndwile.No Creek, wore in Kindcrbook Saturday night the guest of Commodore Lnkc and wife, C. H. Ellis spent Sunday above town. J. W. Bennett will run the stage line once owned by Ambrose Milter. He took charge Monday morning. We learn that Rev. I. H. Tecl will hold a series of sermons at Alexander school house when the term of school closes at that place. We are looking forward for a glorious revival, and wish him abundant success. May lie live long and prosper well is the prayer ol nialicst Awarded Honor World' See Martin & Smith's "ad." Fair. Miss IJerta Morton went to Louisville Tuesday. Mr. Win, Feinster, Palo, called to sec us Saturday. Neckwear, all styles and prises, Carson & Co's. Miss Enola Westerned is in Louisville. Mr. J. W. Hale, Fords vlll, was in town yesterday. Miss Isabella McIIenry ed from Louisville. Mr. G. C. Wcstcrfield Louisville Wednesday. Miss Viola Wcstcrfield relatives In Cineyvillc. has return- BEAVER DAM. Newsy Lottor Prom Nolflliborlno Town Our COLORED DEPARTMENT nv r. a. A oary. Nervous People should realize at went to is visiting gave CREAM Dr. O P. Chapman, Centertown, called to sec us Wednesday. Mr. A. A. Leisure wilt in a short time take out license to preach. Mr. Sam Rowe was sworn in Monday as Deputy Clerk at Taylor Mines. BAKING POWDER Capt. D. Duncan, Rockport, us a pleasint call Wednesday. Hall Bros, will give you a square MOST PERFECT MADE. meal lor 20c the best the market A pure Crap Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret affords. ft tin Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. Subscribe for Tub Rki'Mimcan and keep up with the procession. Miss MamleSpildlng will leive morrow for her home in Louisville. to- 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. 8, 1895, Friday, March Hon. C. M. Clay, Jr., Democratic candidate for Governor, spoke at the Court House yesterday. . Miss Dcssic Duke, Sulphur Springs, visited Miss Anna Bean the first of the week. Mr, J. II. R Carson has gone to New York to purchase a large stock of spring goods for Carson & Co. Seed potatoes at Carson & Co's. Conic to Cirson &' Co. for furnl Judge John P. Morton, Col. C. M. Darnett and Mr. D. P. Tracy were In Louisville this week. I ' If you want to reach the people We still have a few alKwool dress Look at Pair Bros, & Co's line of with your advertisement, place it in patterns that w : will sell at your shoes. Tub RBFunucAN, and everybody will own price. Carson & Co. seed potatoes at Carson see it. Early Rose Mrs. E. D. Guffy and daughter, &Co's. Messrs. B. S. Kills and Virge StevMiss Mercedes, are visiting friends in Bowling Green. The best Lunch and Hot Coflee at ens will leave about the 10th for Denver, Col. where they will reside in Hall Uros. The meeting at Shinkle Chapel is the future. still in progress, and up to Tuesday Tobacco cotton ijf, 2, Hi at Pair Por kindness shown him when a night there had been 29 conversions. Bros. & Co's. boy, the Hon. R. P. Bland, of MisPair Bros. & Co. are leaders in the souri, sent Mr, Isaih Creig, oi Beda, Don't let your horse stand out next dry goods line. week when you can put up at Field & a check last week for $50. Holbrook's to hay all day for 15 Seethe new novelties in hair pins We have already had several orders cents. at Carson & Co's. for horse and jack bills, and should Rev. Watson preached two excellPine line neckwear and shirts at you need any for this spring, call and We are ent sermons at the C. P. Church last see samples and get prices. Pair Bros & Co's. We have Jcard Sunday, and Rev. Hicks preached at sure to please you. the same place Tuesday night. . Por Seed Oits, call on the old rell board made for that purpose. able C. R. Martin. Miss Sara Collins is in Greenville Last Monday was a great day for this week. She will leave next week 27 pounds N O. Sugar lor $1.00 in Hartford. A large crowd was here, for Cincinnati to buy a new spring cash at Carson & Co's. and eyery business was well patronYou can find a .big assortment of ized. Tub RarunucAN Office was visited by a great number ol people, shoes at Carson & Co's. too numerous to mention, and all Good drivers and Good horses for were welcome, and are asked to call hire at Picld & Holbrook's. again. stock of Millinery for Carson & Co. ture. ( j b. On the first Sunday in May the new M. E Church at Beaver Dam will be dedica ted. Dr. J. W. Turner, ville train. ol Louisville, will preach the dedicaMr. Alfred Tucker, depot agent, tory sermon. spent Saturday and Morgantown, Call on Butlington and Cain durWe call attention to the "ad" of with Mr.Sowders and family. ing court for a good, easy shave. The Louisville Furniture House, of burial of Mr. E. D. Field at Sunday The Miss Dora E. Gibson spent SaturPretty line of white good and em- Owensboro, which appears in this is- Oakwood Cemetery Sunday evening day and Sunday at her home In Hartsue. This is one of the largest Fur- was under the auspecies oi the Jo broideries at Pair Bros. & Co's. niture Stores in the country, and Ellis Lodge assisted by Hartford and ford. We have a beautiiul line ol out should you need anything in their Mr. John Martin and wile, CromCeralvo Lodges. Carson & Co. fog shirts. well, took dinner at the AustinHouse line, it will pay you to see them beQuarterly meeting of the M. E. Sunday, they then took the noon Remnint line of dress goods for fore buying, or write to them, telling Church will be held at No Creek on train for Louisville, where Mr.Martin your own price at P.iir Bros. & Co's. them you saw their "ad" in Tub the 30th and 31st of this month. Ev- will lay in his stock of spring goods. Wc sell two spools of thread lor 5 RnrunucAN, and your order will re erybody invited and the members SCHOOL NOTES. ceive prompt attention. Carson & Co. cents. are urgid to be present. Rev. E. E. Pate conducted DevoHlrnyrtl. Remember tint Pield & Holbrook Mr. T. II. Benton and Miss Ida tional Exercises Monday morning. One red heifer, with crumpled keep good rigs lor hire day or night. horns, Stroud, two popular young people of MISS tienn numiuuuu, iiujiuu,uuu 3 years old, marked with Centertown, were married at the home Miss Cora Felix, near Hartford, were Co flee and lunch at all hours swallow fork in left ear. aid split in Hot bride last Wednesday evening, present ot X Tuesday morning, at Hall Bros., corner Union and Mar right. Any information as to where- ol the M. Morton performing the Rev. T. Miss Alice Plummerand sister, Jliss abouts will be thankfully received. Vet Streets. ceremony. Bcttie, Olatou, entered school WednesJ A.Barnrtt. 3Jtf. Butlington & Cain have new barEv- day. Stop at the Hartford House. Drnil l.cllrti. ber tools throughout nnd are prepared The class in short hand are proSpecial attenList of letters remaining in Hart- erything to give you the very best work. gressing nicely. ford Postoffice, which if not called for tion given to traveling men. Special Mr. II. R. Barnard has completed The Hartford House has been ren- in 30 day will be sent to the Dead rates to jurymen and witnesses by his work in the entire Commercial ovated from top to bottom and solic- Letter Office at Washington, D. C: the week. Course and has accepted a position in Wm. Bell, proprietor. its your patronage. R. II. Harroth, A. W. Johnson. C. the Company Store at Taylor Mines. W. M. Bell, Proprietor. Ellen, Miss Lessie Tucker, K. M. Messes. E M and P. T. Coleman, The R. E. G's anticipate entertainhave Daniel, Esq., Jas. M. Swope, Arnold Louisville; J. D. Coleman, Frankfort; & Cain Messrs Bullington ing the O II. J's nex t Friday afterrented the new barber shop, and have M. Stevens, Miss Luja Stevens, Sam B. L. Pield, Bowling Green; J. S. Attyb, noon, March 15. put in new furniture throughout, and Roach, Miss Mary Lilie Robertson, Field, Cincinnati, were here last Sunyour Uutlrs by Hnve jronM tendril lo are better prepared than ever to ac- T. M. Martin, Charles Corbet. day to attend the fuueral ol their linylng your miKcrlpllonT Persons calling (or the above letters brother, Mr. E. D. Field. commodate the trade. VROHWKl.tV. please say advertised. Col. J. S. R. Wedding is in receipt Mr. C R. Martin, the hustling Revs. Brandon and Aplin are holdW. II. Griffin, P. M. of an invitation to be present at the ing a meeting here. tm Jcweler.has moved his Jewelry stock A C'nrd. Commencement exercise of the Louisand beto the L. B. Bean old stand, Mr. John Martin and Miss Effie Centertown, March 6. ville Medical College for the 8th. Kahn left Sunday for Louisville. sides keeping the best stock of JewelTo G. F. Chapman, T. M. Hatcher, Mr. Estil V. Wedding, a cousin ol ry in tke Green River country, he Miss Effie Kahn has accepted a poCol. Wedding, and a son of Dr. C. V. sition in J. W. Martin Millenry dewill handle all kinds of Peed Stuff. D. P. Tracy and others: consider- Wedding, of Kansas City, Mo., a forGentlemen After duly s gentleman, Mr. Martin is a partment. and if you need anything in his line ing your call and consulting with mer resident of this county, is the Miss Eliza Paxton was the guest of numerous other Republicans from va- salutatorian of the graduating class. would do will to call on him. Misses Birchie and Cora Leach Saturrious parts of the county, I have conday and Sunday. We are adding new type and printCircuit Cenrt. cluded to comply with your request Mr. A. K. Leach is very sick at Court convened Monday with every week and announce myself as a candidate to ing material to our stock on the bench this writing. and are now better prepared than ever Represent Ohio county in the Lower Judge W. T. Owen Miss Lena Bryant, of Frog Pond, is to do the very best lob Work at the House of the next General Assembly and Com'th Attorney J. E. Rowe on visiting Mrs. Abe Kahn's family. hand to look after the very lowest prices. Call on us for oi the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Miss Fannie Jone., of Butlercounty, Horace Eskridge confessed Judgment prices and you will be sure to leave subject to the action of the Republicand was fined f 20 lor disturbing re- was the guest of Misses Annie and I shall engoge in no conan order for your work. We will an party. Mamie Borah last week. maEe a specialty oi Horse and Jack test for the nomination, but if nomi- ligious worship, Mr. Frank Gillstrap had a very bad J D.Stewart Miller 'confessed Judgmade Bills, and have card board nated I shall accept it and do all in for not furn- spell last week. He is in very bad for that purpose, and will my power to be elected. If another ment and was fined $100 health. put them up at lowest possible prices be chosen as the standard bearer of ishing map of mines. Mis Oda and Mattie Davis were The following named men comour party he will receive my cordial Ensor correspondent to the Owens-bor- o pose the grand jury for (his term: J. visiting Miss Annie Ranney last W.I Rowe. support and hearty Messengersays:' 'On the last Sabm m E. Magan.Robt. T. MillerJ. F. Black, week. The blind tiger was in our town bath Rev. Willis Smith preached his Hellclous. C. T. Baird, Eli Dodson, Peter Maragain last Saturday and Sunday. Dr. Coleman now feels hopeful of tin, James A. Park, S- - O. Davenport, last Sermon as pastor of Mt. Zion Mrs. Tom Taylor.of Butter county, congregation of the Cumberland being able to fill his pulpit here next E. P. Moseley, Isaac Foster, Sam D. is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. T. Presbyterian church, to a large and Sunday. Having been disabled for Robertson and Wm. L. Rowe, foreattentive audience. Mr. Smith has the last three months, he wants to man. Miss Hannah Davis was the guest meet all his brethern and friends of been the regular pastor ol this conpetitjury. gregation for sixteen years. He now all denominations next Sutiday, A. L. Knott, Jonathan Miller, Tap of Miss Annie Daniel last week. m 9 m f of his minMr. J. W. Colennn has exchanged leaves us to give Sandeifuer, H. C Simmons, Geo. Co lire Nairn. home church, places with Mr. Kimbley. We regret isterial services to his Holland, John Williams, John DovA few more weeks and this term Pleasant Ridge, near Owensboro. It will close, and all are striving to ex er, Win. I. Rowe, J. P. Nelson. An 4 losing 'Mr. Coleman's family very is with regret that we part with hiui drew Filback, J. P, Stevens, Birch much eel in the final examinations. Miss Willie Borah is visiting friends as ou,r pastor. Mr.' Smith's labors Rev. B. T. Watson, Auburn, con- Holbrook, T. II. Loyd, Columbus have been blessed with much good Taylor, S. P. Taylor, M. V. Camp-fiel- d in Butler county. exercises Monday morning. ducted There were a crowd of youngsters and the prayers of the people will go and J. A. Miller. R. D. Walker, L. B. Stevens, Sam with him in his work at his home Casrblcr, Misses Stella Thomas pnd Visiting Attorneys: Hon. Joe Noe, went out riding last Sunday. They spent a pleasant evening. church, hoping that he will one day Margaret Baabour visited the school Judge C. W. Massic, Owensboro; Col. Mr. Latney Leach was in town again be the shepherd of this flock." S. P. Love, Greenville, J. B. Vickers, Monday, Sunday. Tuesday Fordsville. Exercises were conducted t:il rirhl Ilrail. Mr. Rob Chinn made a flying trip Com'th vs. ' Billings, continued He gave a Many a hear t was made sad last by Rev. L. R. Bamett. to Beaver Dam Sunday. when it was an practical and logical talk on "Liying for Delendent. Friday morning Mr. Austin got very badly hurt Com'th vs. Prank Fielden, &c for nounced that Mr. Edwin D, Picld, of a Foundation," which was appreciaty Sunday, He got thrown form a mule. ECukluxlng, judgment against Lang-leBuford.was de ct.many were the words ed by all. Hustler. for $37i5- Exercises were conducted Wedness of condolence offered to the bereaved Com'th vs. Ben Adams for shootItlNDKHIIOOIl. he was a popular, honest day morning by Rev. Hicks, of Tenfamily, for March, 4th The protracted meet ing, on trial. and upright citizen. He was j6years nessee, in an impressive manner. All other Commonwealth cases lor ing which has been in progress at The following were visitors Wedof age, jnd leaves a wile and four Shinkle Chapel, for the past ten days Misses Barbour, yesterday were set over. He was nesday morning: children to mourn his loss. Com'th vs. Jo Porter stricken from is increasing in interest all the time, a son of Mrs. Dr. J. S Coleman, and Thomas, Nail, Spalding, Morton. up to date there have been 15 converMr.'H. Smetbers, Daviess county, docket. a brother to our esteemed sions and several more at the anxMessrs. II. and C. L. is a new student this week. NUN NY I) AMI. ious seat. Bros. Ferryman and FeProf. J. D. Coleman, Fraukfort.was Field. , Miss Mollle Renfrow who is in lix are working earnestly in this Het-ti- e a welcome visitor this week. Mr. Pield was married to Miss visited her par- good work, may they continue in this Hansford, in Texas, on SeptemHon. W. D. Coleman, ex Represen- school at Beaver Dam ents Saturday and Sunday. noble work and be instrumental in yesterday. ber ?8, 1888, and since then he had tative, conducted exercises Rev. J. A. Bennett filled Rev. G, J. bringing many lost souls to Chrlst.is Mr. W. B. Render, city, was a wellived near Bufoid and been engaged Bean's appointment at Marvin's Chap- the prayer of your humble scribe in school teaching and farming, in come visitor Thursday. el Sunday. C. B. Hays has secured work at The Grand Jury visited the school both he made a success. He professThe prayer meeting of this neigh-hoo- d Mr. Jo Fosters, we are glad to have united with the Mt. this mornlug, together with many ed religion and Claud with us for he is a good boy is progressing nicely. Sappho. Cnnnel Church at Buford in 1874, others. Miss Mary Baker, of Hines Mill, is and will add a greatdeal to our and lived a consistent member until Hartford College and B uslness In- visiting friends in this neighborhood the Master called him to his reward Mrs. Maud Maple, of the Victory Mr. Jim Sprowel.otWoodburysthe stitute, at Hartford, Ohio county, is in a brighter world above. was in Kinderhook Frain the midst of its most prosperous guest of his brother Willie Sprowel. niegbborhood, He was burled by the Masonic Mr. C. Bryant, of Rosiue.moved in one day last wtek, the guest of her number Tiie attendance ternity, of which he was an honored session. father, J. P. T. Ward. more-tha300, its faculty is of a high our neighborhood Saturday, member, in Oakwood Cemetery SunRev. L. R. Barnet, Arkansas, is at Mrs. W. P. Coots is on the sick day afternoon, in the presence oi a order, and the Instruction is of the his mother's, Mrs.Amanda Bamett. list at this writing. number of sorrowing irlends and most thorough vast LizziR, Mrs. Settle Poster and Miss Inez School. relatives. first-clasfirst-clasevil-doe- rs. Til-for- d. one-halfellow-townsme- n, y. n klnd.-Southem Rev. K. E. Pate, Hartford, filled his regular appointmentherc Sunday. In the nlternoon he preached to the children. They were greatly taken with his sermon. In the evening he held services. Quite a large congregation was present. Rev. Strother, wile and sons passed through town Saturday en route for Rochester, where they burled their Mrs K.J. little daughter Sunday. McKenney and Miss Mary Willis, sisd ter and neice of Mrs. Strother, them to Rochester. Miss Mabel Sweatte spent Sun lay with the Misses Sowders. A crowd of young girls enj iyed a pleasant evening horseback riding last Thursday afternoon. Misses Elbert and Bennle McKenney, Lognnsport, spent Sunday and Monday in town. Misses Dora E Gibson and N. May Friend spent Friday night in the country at the home of Miss Hattie Miller. They report a pleasant visit. Mrs. Judge Morton and daughter, Mrs. Sam A, Aanderson, Hartford, spent Friday and Saturday with relatives ol this place. wife nnd Dr. W. T. McKenney, baby returned home Friday from a week's trip in Butler county, Mrs. H. F. Hays nnd children, Rochester, are visiting relatives here this week. Mrss Willie Greenwood, Drakesto-ro- , spent Tuesday and Wednesday in town. Mr. Arthur M. Hunt is visiting friends nnd Relatives in Rockpoit and Rochester this week. Mr Henry Carson and Miss Berta Morton, Hartford, spent a few hours in town Tuesaay awaiting the Louisqccom-ponie- Daisy Dranb. EVEN THE KINO Common Iletl to Make a Return Like Cltlicn. Of all tho extraordinary communications that havo ever reached King Humbert since he ascended to the throne, says a Romo letter, one which ho received tho other day for the purpose of Inquiring In all Beriousncss whether ho could read or write was And, perhaps tho most extraordinary. to mako matters worse, he was informed that h was required to give proof that ho possessed a certain amount of education to do so. Tho letter in question was not tho work ot some Irresponsible crank, but was a communication bearing the signature of tho burgomaster, or mayor, of the little town of Rhcme Notro Dame, in Piedmont, where King Humbert happened to own sorao landed property. As a land owner of the district tho namo of tho king figures on tho electoral register, and every citizen, before ho Is permitted to cast his vote, is obliged to furnish satisfactory evidence that ho can read and write. Of course King Humbert has complied with tho demands of the burgomaster, and has set an example to his subjects by performing his duties as a citizen. Italy Is about tho only country where such an Incident could occur, islnco la other monarchical countries, particularly England, tho sovereign and tho prlnco of the blood aro subjected to the same restrictions as the peers of the realm, and are debarred from easting votes at the polls for the lower house of tho legislature, the theory being that, possessing by vlrtuo of their birth seats In the house of lords. It Is not proper that they should in any Avay Influence the elections to the lower chamber. d grand achievements nnd noble deeds of a people can find no truer representation than the productions and works of its most accomplished and cultured men and women. There are many who have no idea of the ability of the negro to cxcell in this vast field of thought and Intelligence. The ability ol our literary characters to express its highest and purest sentiment, In the minimum oi words and maximum of power, finds abundant ot prooi in the distinctive style which had all its parts subordinate to one aim, namely, to show the capacity of. the negro to fill an honored position among the cultured minds. The Jews, at one time, styled all other mankind as ignorant Gentiles, when Gteece furnished n Socrates and Plato. Tacitus had no appreciation for a race that produced Moses, David, Isiiah and Josephus. The learned Grecians applied the general epithet barbarism to the out side nations. When Itily could boast of Sciplo and Aflucanus, the second. The Chinese' speak of a nation which has produced men like Newton, Milton, Herbert, Spencer, Longfellow, Cowper, Bulwer and a host of other equally illustrious as "Terestials" and reserve themselves the more exalted appellation of Celestials, and what is more remarkable? The white race in turn, declare that a race which has produced such characters as Bruce, Douglas, Logston, Simmons, Ida M. Wells, Flora Batson and many other like celebrities to be inferior. Thlsunjust opinion has probably served as an inspiration in preparing many oi the ablest productions of these eminent writers which has formed some of the highest conceptions oi life as some of the wisest rules of conduct. The Republican rule is now a reality, so far as this countyIs concerned, and the colored voter can justly claim part of the honor for having made it so. Now we do not think we would be assuming to much to ask for a representative on the jury and on the County Co nmittee. Though these are empty honors they would have a tendency to unite the colored voter. Mr. W. H. Parks is very bad sick, but we hope he will be out again in a few days. He has been a little Indisposed for several days, but continued to work and was not confined to his room until this week. Messrs. Thomas Render,G. W.Ren-de- r and J. W.4 Briggs were in town Saturday night attending a meeting ol the U. F. B. Lodge. Miss Ella Louis is very sick this week, but we hope she will betp again soon. Mr. Henry Tinsley, who was hurt by an explosion in the mines, is improving slowly. Mr. B. P. Moseley, the groceryman of Hayti, is having a very good trade now and he is carrying a very iair stock, and if the colored people wuuld patronize him as they should, he could carry a stock second to none in the county. We must remember that when we help one of our race, we ate helping ourselves Mr. Moseley keeps posted on themaiketsand sells as cheap as the cheapest. Mrs. Mary E. Parks and Mrs. Francis E. Voung went to Owensboro this week on a business trip in the interest of the S. M. T. Misses Maud Eidson and Lyda Brown returned from Owensboro this week, where they have spent several weeks visiting relatives. Rev. Wm, Johnson will preach his last sermon of this conference year next Sunday evening. The Reveren-egentleman has done much good here and it is hoped that he will be sent back here again. RAVER DAM. thtt the only true and permanent euro lor their condition is to bo lound in having Because the health of every org-aand of the body depends upon the purity of the blood. The whole world knows the standard blood partner Is '.j Pure Blood tiuue Sarsaparilla Makos Hood's And therefore it Is the only true and reliable medicine for nervous people. It makes the blood pare and healthy, and thus cures nervousness, make the nerves firm and strong, gives sweet sleep, mental vigor, a good appetite, perfect digestion. It does all thin, and cores Scrofula, Ecxema, or Bait Rheum and all other blood diseases, btcauie It A 4 H Pure Blood Hood 'g Be Reeults prove every word we have said. ThoQianda ol voluntary teetl- monUU rally establish the lact that Saraa- - Sure to Get Hood's cm. I began afflicted with "I have been to take Hood's nervous Bartapa rill and the first bottle helped me." Mabqabbt Quay, Catawba, Kentucky. Hood's Pills cure all liver 1U1, coniUju-Hobiliousness, ilckhtadache, ImllgeitloiLBc. ures wv partum 4 n, THIS MAN'S SIN. Stand in tho public thoroughfare gazing at anything real or Imaginary and the dozens who (father round you will multiply soon into hundreds, and, If you stick to It, perhaps thousands. A orowd as big as tho street could hold for a block gathered round a sign painter. They rallied In curious excitement and dispersed In disappointed disgust. "My Sin," in huge flaming letters, was what the painter had already printed. If ever a crowd was bent on anything it was on the discovery of what that sin was. They asked each other what It might be and hazarded gUoEses whllo the man laid by his red paint pot and brought forth a green Instead. What would the next word bo? Tho crowd grew bo excited they called to the man: "What la it?" "Tell us." "Go on." "Hurry." "Paint quiok If you won't talk," until It seemed ho might grow too bothered to print anything. But he did. He printed out in small green letters, added to the gigantlo "Sin," the sylla-bi- o "gle," and when tho sign was dons It read: "My single aim Is to sell at a nominal profit." SAWED A SALOON IN TWO. Straddling- - it State Line, It Made a, tot et Trouble. BUI Lewis, one of tho first to settle Kansas City, and one of tho wickedin HU Blarfe Aim Waa to (1st an AdTertlie-ment and lie Succeeded. , tainment was a success, the audience was large and enjoyed themselves well, while the student performing their parts, which was done with great credit to themselves, teacher and patrons. At the close of the school the teacher gave her pupils a fine treat which was highly appreci-e- d by the pupils. She also gave 16 presents, very nice nnd instructive, divided out as follows: One for most perfect lessons, one for regular attendance, one for the best general deportment Several students carried off two or three valuable premiums. Notwithstanding the very inclement weather some students were in attendance every day. The new home is one of the best in the county, 44x40 furnished with good patent desks, large black board, globe maps, &c. The district ought to be proud of her children, proud ot her schoolhouse and proud of each other and I believe they are, and the district stands against open saloons, blind tigers and the whisky traffic generally, and for the restoration of our daddie's silver dollar, of which they stand in much need. Yesterday at Horse Branch Levi Allen, while showing whnt he could do with (a lead pencil about three inches long by pushing it up his nose, gum end foremost He pushed it up so far that he could not get it back. He came to Rosine to consult Dr. Liles. The Doctor failed to get it out and told Levi that he would have to split his nose before he could get it. Levi delcined and went back to Horse Branch, getting no relief, he returned to Rosine where Dr. Liles did finally get the pencil out without splitting his nose. Levi you were a month to soon, the first of April is the time. A Bystnder. The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all other. 0 m est men that ever lived there, died a few days ago, says a western oxebange. Since 1800 he has been known as the king of a district which harbored about all tho known criminals p in town. The saloon he kept In was hardly less notorious than himself. It was built exactly on the state lino between Kansas and Missouri and was furnished with a movaToad-a-LouToad-a-Lou- Republican and the Louisville C ommercial e Subscribe for The Weekly b ble bar. Lewis paid no license, and when the Missouri tax collector called upon him he moved his bar over In Kansas. When tho authorities of the latter state attempted to arrest him he transferred his business In a minute to Missouri. He was arrested many times, but had to bo released. Concerted action on tho part of the authorities of both states finally ended tho career of Lewis' barroom in Tho direction of the state line was chalked off on tho saloon and the structure was cawed In two from roof to cellar with an Immense cross-csaw. Toad-a-Louut one year for $1.25 per year. lt oth HE KNEW A TENDERFOOT. J., hod an exciting experience a few days ago with a mine mulo at Summit mil, Pa., which ho will never forgot, A Jenermaii'a Exciting Experience with V.aoajlranU Mine Male. Patrick Murray, of Perth Amboy, Nt says tho New York Post. When he reached the bottom of the slope and proceeded to explore tho gangway he attracted the attention of one of tho mules. He Is at a loss to know what angered tho animal, but tho beast came for him at full speed, and Murray started for a "heading" with nothing but the light of a miner's lamp to guide him. It was a race for lUo. The mulo was rapidly closing the gap, when tho Jerseyman reached two mine cars. Ho plunged between them. Tho mulo countermarched and began using his hind feet with terrible effect. Ha kicked tho stout oak planks of the car Into kindling wood, and while be was occupied In this manner Murray made his escape and returned to the surface. Ho Is fully satisfied that tho mlno mulo Is not to be trifled with, especially if you are a tenderfoot with a red necktie. Something She Could Faint. Mme. d'Albcrtln, ono of tho lesser painters ot Prance, was as conceited about her artlstlo ability as she was notorious for her excessive use of oov metlcs. On one occasion, a certain count, who held her In much dlsesteem, lost a bet to her. "And what will madanie choose?" ho asked, with mock courtesy. "Something In my art," she simpered; "something I can paint.' "Very well, madame," he replied, bowing himself out A day later madame received a package from the count, which, upon being opened, revealed a llte-lz- e drawing of her own face in outline. there Is such a The workers around electrical furnaces in which metal aluminum Is produced suffer frcm thcin. The intense light causes painful congestions, which cannot be iwholly provonted by wearing Cleetrlo Sunitroke. A new telephone has bcen-buifrom Beaver Dam to Cromwell, and Mr Alonzo Brigg, who has been will soon be in working order, and sick for some time, is no better. Mrs, Millie Barnes, who has been there will be a new line put up from sick for some time, is able to be out here to Beaver Dam to connect with All we need to complete the enteragain. Mrs. Harriott Baltzel.who has been prise is connection with Owensboro. e. very sick, is rapidly improving. Wollce. am prepared to du all kind of I Mr. John Beard, who has been confined to his room several days is out hauling by the day or contract on short notice, all orders left for me again. with Carson & Co will receive prompt Rev. Green.or Morgantown .preached for us last Sunday. Rev. Bloomer attention. W. II. Burton. held Quarterly Mteting at Cromwell ' 30-for Rev. T. L. Purguson and will Have you paltt youreab.erlplleut preach for the people ol Taylor Mines 8ULPJ1UK NI'JtlJfUH, Thursday evening. March 4. Wc are having nice The Epworth League is getting on weather for the farmers to prepare for nicely. their crops. Mrs. Hinton has returned to her Jtoelne. March 2 I have watched with in- home near Heflia. terest lor a long time old Mt. Pleasant Born February 27th, to the wife oi District, in all oi its ups and downs John Willis, of Sunnydale, a girl, and now, as in the past, I am forced March 1st to the wife ol W. R. Peach to believe it is among the foremost a girl. districts in the county. They have Rev. J. A. Bennett filled the regu-la- r had a good school, house full for the appointment of Rev. G. J, Bean last 20 years and during that time at Marvin's Chapel last Sunday they have had good schools, well at- morning. E. G. tended and has furnished its full Have you ever noticed how your number of bright lights to the world, and from the indications at the close system seems to crave special assistof their school the 22nd of February, ance in the spring? Just the help retaught by Miss Susie Monroe, the quired is given by Hood's Sarsaparildistrict will increase its number of la. bright lights, both male and female. Au Advertisement in lb paper la The school was a success, the enter- - worth I no on I lie lenee. it i &twa1t 1,000-0- 0 WALL PAPER? PRI23 pQjSI5N0. Hartlord, Ky, The undersigned having secured the Agency for the Sale of ALFRED PEATS, Chicago and New York, Wall Paper, has just received a complete line of samples displaying over 300 New Patterns, Including the famous thing as electric sunstroke. It Is now claimed that If In need of Walt Paper In any quantity do not fail to see these samples. They represent the finest and most complete line ever manufactured, at prices (marked in plain figures) which Defy COmpCtltlOn! aohlweMc! per rolUnd upward. Samples displayed at your home If desired. Call on or address. d GALEN O. WESTUKFIELD, fwmvman i n prcsaiott. We trust, how ;r, that the deprivation of this source of revenue will nut place the Herald In very I'm day, March 8, 1895. bad slraiuts. It Is a good newspaMako Monoy per. More .than that it often does A Olmnoo to The times are hanl, but there al- the Democratic party mbreharm than of ways seems to be opportunities for a Republican paper could dream, doing. In proof of this we call attenthose who arc willing to work. In assailthe past month I have made $175 tion to the fact that It recently selling Climax ed its own party in Louisville in n nbove all expenses, Dish Washers, anil have attended to vicious Maimer, showing it up In my regular business besides. I nev- the very worst sort of light, nnd It of er saw anything that gave as getter-n- l assisted materially, in the election Hon. John ty. Lewis, his majority One should not comsatisfaction. plain where they can make over $6 n being larger, whtte the circulation of the Herald is largest. Uardlnshurg day, right at home. I have not canare people Leader. vassed any, so anxious for Climax Dish Washers, tint they Ilnn'l rut It HIT, The iiecesalty of n spring medicine send' after them: any lady or gentles This is the man can do as well as I am doing, is universally admitted. best time ol year in which to purify for anyone can sell what everyone wants to buy. I think we should in- the blood, to restore the lost appetite-nn- d to build up the entire system, as form each other through the newspapers of opportunities like this, as the body Is now peculiarly susceptiThe there are many willing to work if ble to benefit from medicine. they only knew of an opening. I'or great popularity attained by Hood's, full particulars, address the Climax Sarsaparilla, owing to Its re il merit Mfg. Co. Columbus, Ohio. After nnd Its remarkable sttccess.his estabyou have tried the business a week, lished It as the very best medicine to It cures scrolual publish the results for the benefit ol take. In the spring. others. silt rheum, and nil humors, blllliouss ncss, dyspepsia, headcachc, kidney A'on.llrliiliniff Mm Only. nnd nil A year or more ago The Dlade and liver complaints, catarrh, excellent prac- affections caused or promoted by low called attention to the state of the system or impure blood, tical temperance work which Is bedone by the Chesapeaks & Ohio Don't put it off, but take Hood's ing railway among Its employes. It is .Sarsaparilla now. It will do you an example which should be followed good. Hartford Republican A SEVERE WINTER. 1 u by the management of all the other It is railway lines In the country. already the case that the managers of railway generally have arrived at the conclusion that the safety of the lives of passengers, nnd the conservation of freight and railway property, depends very largely upon the emply-menof sober tncn.witti clear heads, firm hands, and their wits not befog ged with liquor, to handle their trains and switches and bridges and yards. It would follow logically that they should take steps, as the Chesapeaks & Ohio has done, to promote sobries ty and to keep all employes in that k class. President Ingalls, of the & Ohio, feeling the need of throwing safegards arourid the employes, to keep them Irom falling into the habit of loafing in saloons, from which it is aneasystep to drinking, desided to establish branches of ts Ches-apea- itm in Young Men's Christian Association at all the divisional points of the Hue for the benefit of his men. The experiment proved a success, and one far beyond the expectations of its promoters. A neat little book has recently been Issued in which the various buildings of the association along the line are described. Each of these is provided with a bath-rooreading-room- , and smoking-room, and in each, there is a supply of games for the amusement ol those who do not care to read. In some buildings there are restaurants, and others are provided with dormitories In which men sleep while waiting to take out their trains. The association at Clifton Forge, Va., has 364 members, of whom 277 are railroad men. During the year the men paid 56,810 visits to the building, the daily average being 154. This association has a library of 1,5000 volumes, and Its buildings cost nearly $14,050, all of which, with the of $3,000, was ' paid by the railroad company. Now for the positive proof of the good which the plan accomplishes. At every place where an association has been organized there is a vigorous complaint on the part of the sa loonkeepsr becauee their business has been injured. The receipts of the saloons have fallen off unterially and several of them have been closed. MlraiiRPrTlinl t'lrtlon I True Some weeks ago the county seat of Ohio county took a vote as to whether or not there should be open saloons again in our midst; tlie test came and it was a hand to baud fight, the men gained the vote by whisky men not being satisfied with the result have contested the election and the said contest will be tried the March term of thecoutt.asto whether or not It was a legal election. Remember one thing and that is when you vote for the sale of intoxicating drinks of any kind you are voting for a curse and a nuisance In your town, and when you vote for such you ate asking those that live in the country and who are opposed to the sale and use of intoxicating drink to goelsewhcreto theirtrading. And it would be nothing more than right for such persons to trade where they can do so without being insulted by a set ol men that drink and carouse about, cursing and using all kind of indecent language. Instead of intoxicating drinks being a medicine to build up the system it pulls it down. So long as a person is under the influence ofstrong drink and their blood is at fever heat that person feels brought up, but so soon as the intoxicating drink begins to die down then that person feels worse than if they had never used the vile stuff. Husband, father and son you have wives, mothers, daughters and sons depending on you for protection, supdo you respect port and respect; them enough to vote against the sale of all intoxicatiugdrinks?if so you are doing yourdutyby trying to keep the accursed stuff outof reach of thoss that drink to their own soul's damnation, for by your vote nnd influence will tell whether you are for God or the The people of Ohio county devil. have said in other days that they did nntl-whis- not want any kind of strong drink sold in the county, and they still ask you not to bring it back. Will the few people of our county towns over ride the masses of the people of the comity and say we are doing this business and we intend to have liquor without Then let the asking your consent. masses of the people say where they will do their trading. As the people have asked the Hartford people to consider well before voting for open saloons, the same people have asked the voters of Beaver Dam to vote against open saloons. Will you kind fi lends heed the warning voice of those that deal in your towns and vote according to your better judgment and say that we would rather deal with those that are in favor of right and oppose to any means that will be for the downfall of anyone, than to vote for anything that we know to be a cursfc to ourselves I have heard and to our fellow man? some persons that have their names enrolled on the church book say that they would rather live in a town where open saloons were than to live in a prohibition town where there was no saloons, because it made trade better. When asked if they would be willing to have a saloon opened in the same house where he was doing business, the answers was that they would not have n saloon within one hundred yards of them for$i,ooo, because it would injure their business. Then If such persons will not have the saloon near them on account of it being nn injury to their trade, but arc willing to have one near some other business house to impress the trade of some one else. Suchchuich members have not enough religion to keep them out of hell. Will the voters of Beaver Dam vote the open saloon in your midst and by so doing ask the people living in different parts of the county to do their trading elsewhere, or willyouvoteagainst the sale of all intoxicatingdriuks and say by your vote that you still want the trade of our people. Speaking of thesuccess ofthc experiment, President Ingalls said recently that he was a firm believer in the Young Men's Christian Association. He said he had heard objections to it organbecause it was a ization, but that wds oneoltherea sons why he liked it. "The word 'Christian,' " he said, "Js so comprehensive that It ought not to disturb the sectarian notions of any one.and the man who is not a Christian, in the broad definition of that term, I have no use for." President Ingalls declares that the Young Men's Christian Association has done as much to bring employer and employe together as any Institution, and he had never found any organization which combined so well the Interests of the railway men and the owners as this has done. The fact should be understood by every workingman that employers want not only sober men, but also men who are Christian sin the broad sense of the word honest men, men who can be tiusted. Every young man . who has his way to make in the world should heed the lesson which is taught by the action oi the great Sobriety, good rialway corporations. associations, industry; fidelity ami economy are bound to bring success, and sobriety brings all these others Its' train. When young men just starting out in life realize these facts they will shun drinking as they would u pestilence, and will be eager to lend their aid to the effort to Hum Power, Pulverize the Toledo Blade. semi-religio- C. L. Milljui. iiulil yoiirautucrlplloii? . Cedar Orove, Feb. 35, 1895. Till N. True. The appearence of a ten d)llar hill Hate 011 iillfiitlfil t your dutifully In the office of the Hartford Herald pfiyjujr jour murrlifloiiT . last week, created a scene of the wildest excitement. The editor was dazed and the local editor was paralyzed and the typographers yelled for joy. Jlneyou The Herald like many other Democratic sheets in this state.has thrived and grown fat on the revenues derived from county printing. The stieatn of life having been cut off from the Herald's office that organ is at once seized with a feeling of financial dc- - you Remember got the Now York Tribune and The both or one year, for one dollar and twenty-fiv- o ltaPUKLiOAN ' CQIltS, CIRCUIT COURT. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owensboro. 1 "When you nro in n low atnte f health, nni n tho vergo of Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney iUiioes, thoro is 110 nourishment in tho world uko oasos. Owcnsboio. John W. Black, Jailer-Hattf- ord. 0. B Likens, Clerk Hartford. This winter has been the most B. D Rlngo, Master Commissionfor many ycats. North, South, er Hartford. to rrntoro B'lrngtli. Scotl'H Eraulciou nourishes, sfrongtli. G. B. Likens, Trttstccof Jury Fund Hast nntl West intense cold and bliz en, promotes tho making 01 eomi Hartford. C'"- zards have prevailed. This will surely II.hIi, enriches tho blood anil tones up C. P. Keown, SheriffHartford. cause a great increase of sickness nnd H1.1 wholo njstem. Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford, death. Chronic catarrh and conJos. H Roberts, Fordsvlllc, S. T For doughs, Golds, Sow Throat, JJronohitis, sumption always begins by catching Stevens. Cromwell, Thos. K. Bishop, Woak Lungi, OoDSumption, Scrofula, Ansraia, Centertowu. cold. Thousands have started on Lots of riesb, Thin Babiw, w"ak OUldno, and Court convenes first Monday in the road toward a lifetime of misery March nnd August nnd continues nil conditions of Wasting. from chronic catarrh or n sure death three weeks, nnd third Monday In Buy only the genuine! It lias our trade-m- a' from consumption. It is not too lat e May and November cwo weeks, k on salmon-colort- d yet to be saved and restored to n life wrajtftr. COUNTY COURT. John P. Motton, Judge Hartford. ol health and activity. will SenJpffamfhlrl tn Sitll't Fmuhien. FRSS. Hartford. D. M. Hocker. Clerk doit. It never falls to quickly cure Soott &. Downo, N. Y. All Druggists, bo oonts nnd.$l. Hnttfijrd It. P. Neol, Attorney chronic catarrh less than two years Court convenes first Monday In old. Of course Pe runa cures thouseach month. ands and thousands ofenses of chron QUARTHRLY COURT. Begins on the third Monday in ic catarrh thnt have run for many Jnnuuty, April, July nnd October years, but In cases that ntc of more Il dfpnJ ipoit How and Whn yon mailtet yoat chlekrna and firua ami lo Whom yo COURT OF CLAIMS. lend Intra. We are large rKelrtra of iwullrjr and rait; and liare an rttabtLhrd trail and recent origin it cures, quickly, cerland Ilia channt to make mouer for all our aulmwrn. We Itb and Mil Hotter, Era-aConvenes first Monday in Jntiuni Veal, Uldet, I'eltn, Taltoir, Iteana, Srrds, l'otatoea. Wool, Hay, llraln or anything yon may talttly and permmently. It very liare to tblp. Information chrerfntly furnlthrd. Quotation, malted regularly to those who and Tuesday after the first Mondi.' rtqueat II, and liberal adrancea made on tbe taryeat contlgnnienle by case of cold or cough that has result- in October. -. HERNDON-CARTEi- R CO.,cd from the effect of our severe win VICTOHY OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS . . L0UI8VILLC, KY. 313,310, OITo.319 MURFlELLCOUnT. Mr II. C. Felix, wife nnd Mm. G. S. Fitzhugh. Surveyor Sulter could now be cured in n short Mary Fulkerson attended the revival phur Springs. time by School SuperinZ II. Shullz, meeting Saturday nnd Sunday nt Not n single one need fall. tendent Hartlord. Shlnklc Chapel. All those taking Peiu-n- a who dc N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Mlssts Verda Felix and Nannie Galen C Westerfield, Coroner-Hartf- ord. sire the advice of Dr. Hartmam about cases should write, giving age sex, Boswell nrc visiting the family of Mr. ioc$. Mrs. Mizella Tanner, Poorhouse disease and time of sickness, nnd he H. C. Felix. Style, Keeper Hartford. Messrs. Nat Doswell and Willie will answer free. A few weeks JUSTICES COURTS. treatment now will prevent years of Hcreld, of Owensboro, were in the A. S. Aull, Sulphur Hartford neighborhood Thursday. suffering, and in many cases death. Springs, Match 2, June t, September Misses Cova Felix, Laura Doswell 2, December 2. Address The Pcrustta Drug Matin Cromwcll--Jo- nt .Wil son, Prcntis, facturing Company, Columbus Ohio, and Etta Fulkerson have gone to 8, September 7, DeMarch for free book on catarrh, colds, cough, Shinkle Chapel to attend the meet- cember 9, June 7. ing. la grippe and consumption. Roslne C. L. Woodward, Center-towMrs. Foster, who has been sick for March 13, June 13, September For free book 011 cancer address Dr. l I Ur v 13, December 13. some time is no better. Hartmau, Columbus, Ohio. Buford Ben F. Graves, Buford, Miss Joyce Likens, who has been March 30. June 29, September 28, Hopkinsville New Era says: Miss sick for several weeks ol typhoid fe- December 28. ver, died the 20th. Maud Anderson, the accomplished LiLLiB. oil 11 g, Fordsvlllc James A. and pleasant Owensboro woman who Barretts Ferry, Match 16, June 15, September 14. December 14. has been the guest of her sister for CONSTABLES. several months, returned home this Hartford Hosea Shown, Bcda. Globe-Democrmorniug nfter a most enjoyable visit. Bui'onl J L. Patton, Buford. 5 Miss Anderson is a most graceful Foidsvllle- -J. II. Oiler, Fordsville. -Rosinc Thos. Allen. Roslne. and entertaining young woman, and Cromwell R. B. Mil tin, Cromhas won- a host of admiring friends 204, 206 East Main. well. in this city who hope she will favor TIip llrpubllrnti. TOLICE COURTS. Hopkinsville society with her pres- Hartford James F. Caison. Judge; 101 SUbSCt'lOOl'S euce again at an early date. She J P. Stevens, Marshal, . L Kelly, , oil was an attendant at the WliU Attorney. Court held every second Monday in each month. wedding. She has been the guest of Beaver Dam- - D A. Miller, Judge; Mrs. R. C. Hardwick. held , Marshal. Court I W.I tV. first Saturday in January, April, Nntr.mmi Wnnlrit. July nnd October. LUCK AGAINST HIM. Good wages to sell our Nursery Cromwell I P. Cooper, Judge. Va nf .M..V..I .!. t. I Stock. Apply for terms. We will Finis Burden, Marshal. Court held til tl . wn fVtw (Una)all Abiolutfljrpiireaad vMr-o-- v, OalmiarUcealiovo the reit. second Saturday Story Was Funny Enough, have for Spring and Fall, 1895, an July nnd October. in January, April, llu n penolea (rstaam nlo Of yoaruroeeron-j- r day; "m . m aiOmU-uo. eat 1 fie yoor peonle. will immense stock of Applc.Peai, Peach, L Francis, Judge; D. Hamilton But thoy Had Hoard , f Hon-t- t trial'. all mf Failure there will nercrbe: Plum, Apricot, Cherry, Grape, etc. W Roll, Marshal. " I or auonaa will eT- - cr fol low (Matf ) Vtxwe who uk O, r. u. 1' Court held on Boloro. Also small fruits, shade and ornamtu-t- al third Saturday in January.April.July c. trees roses, etc. We make a and October. Y Rockport W. B. James, Judge; specialty of wholesaling to lcrge CHAHTER 1. Gilem, Marshal. Court held on Jimpson was sitting in his office, planters direct. We will sell to re- J. J Mondays in January, April, first and the clock wes striking 9. sponsible parties and fake note paya- July and October. Rosine J. D. flyers, Judge: II. The clock had a habit of striking 9 ble in six, twelve nud eighteen Morris, Marshal. Court held first twice every twenty-fou- r months. hours. Saturdays in each month. There was no one present, 'so JimpWrite us for wholesale prices. AdCeralvo N. B. Fulkerson, Judge; son sat with his feet on the desk. Courts held J. W. Garrett, Marshal. dress: on fourth Saturday in January. April, He was shaking and chuckling all Southern Kurshrv Co, July and October. over. Every few minutes be would COMMERCIAL CLUB. Winchester, Tenn. Of the world for a Trifle, 25 St I'OR I.ITTI.K MONEY become grave and then break out in Meets nt Court House every 2d renewed chuckless 4 WedFor Jimpson i and 4th Friday night J. S. R. It. II Sechad just heard a brand new funny I.OUINVILI.K.NT. I.ODIN Westbound daily daily. ding, President, C. R. Martin, retary. story of the richest kind. No. 53 No. 51. TOWN TRUSTEES. a. Lv. U, Louisville 6 30 p m 7 30 a m CHAPfERir " T B. D Ringo, Chaiiman; W. G. 6 45 p m 7 45 a in Ky. Street A hand was at the door-knoan Hardwick, Clerk; S. K. Cox, C L. is the lending Republican family .taper of the A twenty. page journal, West Point . . 7 25 p m 8 25 a nt a man entered. Jimpson half wheelHoward . . . . 7 30 p in 8 28 a m Field, John P. Morton. United States. It is a NATIONAL l'AMII.Y PAPER, nnd gives nil the ed in his chair, his face wreathed in SCHOOL TRUSTEES. Willowdale . . . 7 39 p 111 8 37 a m general news of the United States. It gives the events of foreign lands in smiles. L. F. Wcarner, Rowati Holbrook, Rock Haven . . 7 47 p m 8 45 a m no superior in the country. Its Long Branch . . 7 55 p m 8 53 a m Dr. J. T. Miller, Chairman. E. P. n nutshell. Its Agricultural department his Tv called about that Biggs case," Market Reports are recognixed authority. Separate departments for The Brandenburg . . 8 04 p m 9 02 a tn Thomas Treasurer; T. L. Griffin, said the man. Its Home 8 13 p m 9 n a in Family Circle, Our Young I'olks, and Science and Mechanics. Ekron The two plunged Into business. Guston . . . . 821 p 111919 am RELIGIOUS. and Society columns command the admiration of wives and daughters'. Its 8 30 p m 9 30 a m When it was over and the visitor Iiviugton Baptist Church Dr. J. S.Colcman, general political news, editorials nnd discussions are comprehensive; brill8 38 p m 9 39 in Pastor. Webster . . . Services second Sunday in arose, waiting to depart, Jimpson Lodlburg . . . 8 45 p m 9 47 a m each month, at 1 1 a. tn and 7 p. 111. iant and exhaustive. A special contract enables us to pflcr this splendid stopped him. Pierce 8 55 p m 9 56 a in Prayer meeting every Thursday even- journal nnd THE IIARTl'ORD REPUBLICAN lor "I'v just heard an awful good story, Sample . . . . 9 00 p m 10 00 a m ing. he said. "It's about Rickettt.""Oh, Stephensport . 9 09 p m 10 09 a m M. E. Church Rev. E E Pate, . . . 9 14 p m 10 14 a m Pastor. Services eveiy third Sunday Addison that one," interrupted the caller. Holt 9 17 p m 10 20 a m in each month nt 1 r a. 111 and nt 7 "That's a good one, ain't it? Heard Cloverport . . 9 28 p in 10 33 a m p. m. Prayer meeting every Wedit yesterday. Good day." Shops . . . . 9 31 p m 10 37 a m nesday night. The regular subscription for the two papers is $2 25. Subsc.iptiou may Sklllman , . . 9 43 p m 10 50 a m CHAPTER 1 1 1. Christian Church Rev. I. II Teel, begin at any time. Address all orders to Hawesville . . 9 54 p in it 02 a 111 Pastor. Services first Sunday in Jimpson returned to his desk with Petrie . . . . 10 02 pm 11 09 am each month, morning and night. a look of indignation on his face, Falcon . . . ,1007pm 11 15 am SECRET SOCIETIES which look soon melted away, giving Cayce . . . . 10 12 p in it 19 a in Rockport Lodge, No 312, F. & A. 18 p m 11 25 a m place to more chuckles. Lewlsport . . 10 IS.37"- M. meets regularly on the firit and Waitman . . 10 25 pin 11 33 a 111 third Saturday nights in each month. CHAPTER iv. Powers . , . 1035 p m 11 43 a m Write your, name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Best, Stated meeting of Hartford Lodge His lawyer entered. Pates . . . . 10 48 p m 1 56 a m No. 675 F & A. Masons, first MonRoom 2, Tribune Building, New York City, nnd sample copy of THE said Jimpson, joyously "Say," . 10 59 p m 12 06 p m Owensboro . day night in each month. All bi du"I'v got an nwful good story about Mattingly . . 11 09 p in 12 18 pm re n are invited to attend tegularly. NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you TtlvijmumvtMjmmiimtmrmmm&mtaiPnsaxnmmmmmmmmtmmtms Griffith . . . 11 m 1223 pm G J. (Sin, W M. Shelby Taylor old man Rickctts. You know" v Stanley 11 18 pm 12 27 pm "Oh," said the lawyer. I'v heard OuXL-XWorthington . 11 25 p in 12 35 p m Rough River Lodge No. 10 Knights that. Funny, ain't it? Ha, hat" Reads . . . 33 p m 12 42 p m of Pythias, Meets everv Saturday VI Jimpson's demeanor was cool when Spottsville . . 11 45 p m 12 53 p m night at Mtsonlc Hall, B. D. Ringo, Basketts . . . 11 53 p in 12 59 p m C. C. they deputed. 1210 am 115pm As the clock struck 5 and Jimpson Ar. Henderson T EAST BOUND dialy daily was ready to go home hi3 face had a llnu'l Nto Tolinrro. No. 52. No. 54 How To Curk Yoursbm' Win'.rs weary and careworn expression. Lv. Henderson . . 7 20 a in 2 55 p m Through the deserted hall of tue Basketts . . . . 7 34 n m 3 10 p in Using It. The tobacco habit grows Spottsville . . . 7 42 a m 3 16 p m on a man until his nervous system is office building he walked with downlHfiCk.al-oi-1-t- t 8 50 a m 3 23 p tn seriously effected, Reads ftctnrt! la Emj Stjle and Sit!, cast head. He had that story still impang health, Worthington .' . 7 58 a m 3 30 p m comfort and happiness. To sudquit untold. Copied and Enlarged 1 Stanley . . . . 8 06 a tn 3 37 p 111 Suddenly a solitary figure appearGriffith . '. . . 8 09 a m 3 41 p m denly is to severe a shock to the sysA SPECIALTY. means so much more than Mattingly . . . 8 17 a m 3 47 p m tem, as tobacco, to a inveterate user, ed nt the end of the hall. 108 Main Street. you imagine serious and Owensboro . . . 8 30 a m 4 00 p m becomes a stimulant that his system A fierce light of determination h) fatal diseases result from 8 40 a 111 4 08 p m Pates . . continually craves. B is a came into Jimpson's face. He wants Powei h . . . , 8 55 a in 4 20 p tn trifling ailments neglected. up to the stranger, and in husky, Waitman . . , . 905 a in 4 29 p nt scientific cure for the tobaco habit tOST 111 QUANTITY. DE8T IN QUALITY, Don't play with Nature's hollow tones said. Lewlsport 13 a 111 4 36 p m in all its forms, carefully, compound9 Cayce greatest gift health. 9 19 a in 4 42 p m ed after the formula of nu emiaeat "I heard a Jttnny story Falcon . . . . 9 23 a m 4 45 p m Berlin Physician who has used it in The stranger paused and smiled. )ouBiccunr Petrie 9 29 a m 4 51 p m mi xcncriily t "What was it?" he asked. Hawesville . . . 37 a m 4 59 p m his private practice since i8,j, withB H2 ivai "It's, "stammered Jimpson, joyousSkilliuau . . . . 9 48 a m 5 09 p m out a failure, purely vegetable and fin tiva ivui nnatllB and can't work! Shops 10 00 am 521pm guaranteed petlecUy harmless WHITE'S CREAM ly, gasped In his satisfaction, "It's Yon begin itonctuk luff tt)emotrlla Cloveiport . . . 10 05 a in 524pm can use all the tobacco you want, about old man Ricketts and his partMe tretnthtnlnf Holt 10 20 a 111 5 36 p m while mediclntAvhkhU taking ner." it will noti Addison . . . . 10 23 a m 540 p m Brown's Iron lit "Oh, that one," said the stranger, Stephensport . .1028 a 111 5 45 p m fy you when to stop. Wegivea writlies cure bentfit :.idall WORM Romodlos. Sample . . . . 10 3: a m 5 52 p in ten guarantee to permanently cure in disappointment tones, and as fomi from the BOTTLE GUARANTEED. 9 very first lotil Pierce. . . . 1041 am 5 57 pm nny case with three boxes, or refund A ', ffim jtur Jt aULf L 1 1 Jiunsoti tottered on his feet. "I'm v v r tiTiitnniBTa ti il li'i 1 tieth Lodiburg . . . 10 49 a tn 6 06 p m the money with - B "the man who started that story!" . to per cent, interest. I'Waiant to lake, J vt JfuWm rf., t. tons. Webster . . . . 10 57 a in 6 14 p m Baco-CurChlago Record. is not a substitute, but a Irvington . . 11 05 a m 6 22 p 111 Guston . . . . 1 1 14 a m 6 40 p tn scientific cure, that cures without the UWtNSUQRO Ekron . . . . 11 22 a m 6 48 p m old of will power nnd with no incon- WHEN YUU (iU 10 Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver lint you rriitnrii your anbarrli. CALL ON Branuenburg . it 31am 5 58 pm venience, lion for 1SU17 neuralgia, irouuies, It leaves the system as Long Branch . 39 a m 7 07 p m pure Constipation, Bad Blood and frre from nicotine as the Rock Haven . it 47 a tit 7 J4 p in Malaria, Nervous ailments Willowdale , . 11 53 a m 7 21 p ui day you took your first chew or T3X3S PilOTOUEAPKEH, E Women's complaints. Howard , . . 12 02 p m 7 30 p m smoke. Sold by all druggists, with Cct Gfilv the eenulna it liaacroatad rtd For the final and Moit Artutie Worl, West Point . . 12 05 p ui 7 35 p m our ironclad guarantee, nt Hiicaoii me wr.pp.r All others ate lib. jit. 00 per . Ky. Street lltutri fjn rtcchit of two ac. stamp, we 13 45 p in 8 15 p m any ue or $tyle. Drederiea Si, , Vlxcten ' will ..ml tcl ol fan Buutllul WorU'a box, three boxes, (thirty days treat1 00 p in 8 30 p 111 Ar. U.' Louisville 0m37 Fair VUwa and book Iras. ment,) $2.50, or sent direct upon re- OrxiamNlA. ninwij ruruirn m minuter un II. C. MoRDim, G. P. A., .. wv. OT.. .n.w..H, v.. Louisville, Ky. ceipt of price. SEND SIX TWO. f)tlfAmtiftiJl Every family In Olilo county, CENT STAMPS FOR SAPLE OX, Hart-forBOOKLET AND PROOFS FREE. should send to Williams & Bell &,1,.,.1,,;!?1'.!Aaenl9.$75 or to tlie drufe store iu your cl HitUalTttcnlurj, Tkt Eureka Chemical & Manufacturing It you suffer from Heartburn, Sick kMlhHtefcftWMhMllik tltM fol Hbmi i4 M Its thtot Company, Manufacturing t 1011 Il it BlM. Headache, Sour Stomach. Indigestion Chemists, own town aud get a bottle ol Vuhtt, vllkattl tiui tn him. in Quinine. It wilt cost Dyspepsia or Constipation, call at ...ft 1M Mtl... UI. I...IM.M. .. La Crosse, Wisconsin. WI.M, p.u.a.4 II. The U. S. Gov't only 85 cts and Is the bst thing on Williams & Bell Drug Store free samMM" ..4 UUI.li USX VV .s.ftr.knNI Uver-Cur- e a.M.li4tMa.f .iwi.i.1. it earth forchlldrcn or anyone else who ple bottle ol Pomroys show Royal Baking Powder dl.kia... MUM. Cfet... Or. Price's Cream Baking Powdr never fails to cure. 4m.trt..urMU4.cir..iuirM. can't take bitter Quiuiue. u. superior to all others. W. I. 1UUIIII0.N i. CO., link fc H World's Pair lligliest Award. Tho Causo oi SufForlng and An Incroaso of Dis- te u - Ninily or Nntlnl i:ronomy. Tennyson took a sheet of paper worth nothing. He wrote a poem on It, nnd, lol it was worth $15,000 that is genius. Vnuderbllt con take a smaller piece of paper yet, nnd by writing on It can make It worth $20,000,000 that is capital. The Unite States takosataXgmlns of silver, worth about cents stamps a bird on it, and it goes for a dollarthat is money. A mechnnic takes $5 worth of material and makes a watch or n bicycle worth $too that Is skill. A merchant takes an article worth a quarter, advertises it in the dally press ns a bargain nnd sells it nt a dollar that is business. A lady cin buy a very nice hat for $1,50 or $2; but she prefers to get nn imported bonnet for $15 that is style. A laborer will work ten hours n day with pick nnd shovel nnd will raise four or five tons ofcoilorote for a dollar nnd a quirter th it I? labor I'hilmlelphh Record. fifty-three Ohio County Dirootory. I Are You Fortified? Scott's Emulsion -- PROFIT IN POULTRY! ttt rf , a. We X,ea.d them All Pattern prices Four points that uusuiuas. n, makes successful isny The Republican (s c m i No prices made so low but that wo make them lower. and St Louis at - Uarr-Wo- weekly) for $1.50 per ycai hu mj ujj mill year in advance. 07C"'nsT3oro mmim k smith 3F"VLDc,xi.itn.i,o 2toxi.l QUAKER CITY BAKING POWDER .,. All.. ..ii.. I ) 'I It .. .... .... . ' k WINTER'S ENTERTAINMENT Weekly JJewsreal Valae b ... IH 1. 1. iSill Tr t t .iii ra Sec-retar- ... 11 ONE YEAR HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, DESCftrtlOirca., 1 ... up Sec-retai- 1 . ft 1 LtlsgPMf apk mmmmiw. $W fiittta i:Poor t QJST Srv-vwSrrJ- t l,va,ul 11 ... ... aco-Cur- o Baco-Cm- MHO f Brnwn's ."RiviiFuaEt :Iron Ti1A i Kltfarc Il .. I . m 1 o . 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